EVA welcomes the ruling of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) on case C-401/19 as it dismisses Poland’s claim that Article 17 of the Digital Single Market Directive 2019/790 (also known as the DSM directive) would not be compatible with the freedom of expression and information of users of online content sharing services providers (OCSSPs), guaranteed in Article 11 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union.
Re:Start Conversations: Visual Artist Kate Mayne gives inspiring speech in defense of Authors’ rights.EVA Admin2021-08-19T10:31:23+00:00
On 16th June 2021, Artist Kate Mayne took part at the Re_start conversations co-organised by IFRRO, EVA, EWC and FEP. Read her inspiring intervention in defense of artists' authors.
EVA welcomes the ruling of the Court of Justice of the European Union on case C-392/19 as it clarifies when framing practices on the internet (also known as “embedding”) amount to communication to the public within the meaning of the InfoSoc directive 2001/29.
EVA co-signs statement on private copy along with other organisations representing Authors, Performers, Publishers and Creative Workers at EU level [...]
The European Visual Artists responded to the targeted consultation of the European Commission on the guidelines concerning Article 17 of the Copyright Directive.
EVA co-signs call for the EU to increase the Creative Europe budget and to guarantee that the Cultural sector benefits from the EU recovery plan [...]
Europe’s cultural and creative sectors call for ambitious EU budgetary measures to get through the COVID-19 crisis [...]
EVA co-signs open letter demanding support for cultural and creative sectors amid the Covid-19 crisis. Sign the petition [...]
The European Visual Artists warmly welcome the definitive adoption of the Copyright Directive by the Council of the EU.
400+ creators from all over Europe co-signed a letter addressed to all Members of the European parliament urging them to adopt the Copyright Directive.