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Clockwise from top José Borghino, Karine Pansa, Bodour Al Qasimi, Ana Maria Cabanellas

At the beginning of July, IPA representatives — including IPA President, Bodour Al Qasimi, Chair of the Educational Publishers Forum, Stephan de Valk, and Secretary General José Borghino — participated in a series of events scheduled in and around the 26th São Paulo Book Fair or ‘Bienal’.

10th Turkish Publishing Assembly

The Turkish Publishing Assembly is held every two years since 2004 by the Turkish Publishers Association (TPA) in order to closely follow the developments in publishing, to discuss the problems of the sector with national and international stakeholders and to find solutions. 10th Turkish Publishing Assembly was held online on 15-16 June 2022 this year.

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The World Intellectual Property Organization Assemblies took place in Geneva and online from 14 to 22 July. Member States brought years of negotiations on two issues closer to resolution with agreement on two Diplomatic Conferences. The Assemblies also included a side event on the Marrakesh Treaty.

Collection of books by Lawrence Schimel

In June, the Kuibyshevsky District Court of St. Petersburg published the full judgement behind its decision of April 21 2022 to liquidate the Charitable Foundation, Sphere, the largest LGBT+ rights NGO in Russia. The judgement clearly states that the NGO’s publication of Mothers, Fathers and Kids from Dusk till Dawn authored by Lawrence Schimel, illustrated by Elina Braslina and translated into Russian by Dmitry Kuzmin, was part of its decision.

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Rachel Martin
27 October 2022
Publishing industry
At Frankfurt Book Fair, I was really happy to present a prototype for a carbon label for books as part of the presentation of the Publishing 2030 Accelerator during IPA’s Sustainability Summit....
Gvantsa Jobava
07 September 2022
Freedom to publish
Literacy
Publishing industry
September 8 is UNESCO’s International Literacy Day intended to ‘remind the public of the importance of literacy as a matter of dignity and human rights, and to advance the literacy agenda towards a more literate and sustainable society.’ After the su...
Michiel Kolman
30 August 2022
Partnership
Publishing industry
There is no doubt of the importance of the wider publishing sector for society. We contribute not only to the development and preservation of our cultural identity, fostering empathy, understanding and knowledge but as a sector we contribute to the e...
Laura Brady
25 August 2022
Publishing industry
Accessibility
There is a lot of chatter about accessibility and born accessible content these days, and for good reason. But what does it mean in practice for IPA's members and individual publishers? The European Accessibility Act (EAA) is due to have a seismic im...
Michiel Kolman
06 July 2022
Publishing industry
Diversity and Inclusion
On 25 March 2022, the Publishers Association in the UK published its latest Diversity survey of the publishing workforce. Michiel Kolman, Chair of the IPA's Inclusive Publishing and Literacy Committee spoke to Dan Conway, the incoming CEO of the Publ...
James Taylor
13 May 2022
Copyright
Publishing industry

The final day of this SCCR began with the Chair recognising a cloud of fatigue in the room and encouraging delegates to press on through the day to finish the week.

James Taylor
12 May 2022
Copyright
Publishing industry

Day 4 of this 42nd meeting of the SCCR picked up exactly where Day 3 left off, with discussions on exceptions and limitations and observer organisations continuing their statements.

James Taylor
11 May 2022
Copyright
Publishing industry

Day 3 of SCCR 42 opened with further discussion and analysis of the new text on the broadcasting treaty with the afternoon reserved for discussions on exceptions and limitations.

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