Find out more about IPA's full line-up of events at Frankfurt Book Fair from 14-18 October 2022.
Freedom to Publish Committee Open Meeting
Wednesday, 14 October, 12:00pm (CEST)
An exclusive advance presentation of a new IPA report presenting the freedom to publish situation around the world and the opportunity for participants to share their stories.
Presentation of Jakarta, Host of the 33rd International Publishers Congress 2022
Wednesday, 14 October, 1:00pm (CEST)
The governor of Jakarta will open a session presenting the newly announced host city of the 33rd International Publishers Congress in November 2022.
Challenging Big Tech: Establishing Platform Responsibility and Accountability Online
Wednesday, 14 October, 2:00pm (CEST)
A line-up of international experts will look at the current situation of online platforms in the USA, Europe and Africa and the legal responsibilities of those platforms for the creative works they may host.
Release of the State of Publishing Reports
Thursday, 15 October, 11:00am (CEST)
The IPA will release seven new reports covering a range of areas of vital importance to the publishing industry including international perspectives on the freedom to publish, copyright, publishing’s contribution to achieving the UN’s sustainable development goals, reading habits, international book policies, educational publishing and digital licensing.
Inclusive Publishing and Literacy
Thursday, 15 October, 4:00pm (CEST) by IPA and LitCam
An exclusive in-depth look at a new IPA report looking at the evolution of reading habits around the world follow by an international panel on literacy.
Registration open soon.
Educational Publishers Forum Open Meeting
Friday, 16 October, 1:00pm (CEST)
A dedicated focus on education publishing will see the OECD’s Andreas Schleicher talk about PISA programme and China Education Publishing and Media Group’s Vice President, Yu Chun Chi talk about education in China.
Sustainable Development Goals – Publishers Compact
Following the success of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Book Club, the IPA is backing a new compact, a kind of charter, to encourage all publishers to play their part in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030. Date and speakers to be confirmed.