FSE invite you to the last workshop of a series of six focusing on “Strengthening Collective Bargaining for Audiovisual Creators” in the context of the transposition of the Copyright Directive, proposed by FERA, FSE and UNI-MEI.
PROGRAMME: “Towards conclusions”
10:00 / Presentation & discussion on project deliverables
- Update on EU-level dialogue on the implementation of the provisions of Title IV, Chapter III of 2019 Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market (CDSM) with producers’ and broadcasters’ organizations
- Presentation: Database of national transpositions of 2019 CDSM Directive provisions on fair remuneration of authors & performers / Feedback from participants
- Presentation of Index outline / Feedback from participants
- Update on contracts’ database / Feedback from participants on use by FERA/FSE members, relevance & possible improvements
- Presentation of Toolkit / Feedback from participants
11:30 / Moderated exchange on next steps
- What priorities for a new edition of this joint project on collective bargaining and the implementation of the 2019 CDSM Directive?
- Which activities/deliverables would be the most useful for FERA & FSE members?
12:00 / Wrap up
Please register here to join the workshop :
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
This workshop is part of the joint project “Strengthening Collective Bargaining for Audiovisual Creators”, co-organised by FERA, FSE and Uni MEI. Together we have already organised three online workshops for FERA and FSE members, two webinars, drafted a tool kit, engaged work with a researcher and a webdesigner to create a database on the transposition of the Copyright Directive and of collective bargaining agreements, initiated a European-level dialogue on the implementation of the Directive on Copyright in the DSM provisions of Title IV, Chapter III with organisations representing producers and broadcasters, not to mention numerous project team meetings and meetings with experts to prepare the contents of these actions.
Documents relating the CBW project previous activities & workshops are accessible here: