EIFL looks forward to an exciting 2019 at WIPO
EIFL reports from the last session in 2018 of WIPO’s copyright committee, and what the 2019 action plan has in store for libraries and other sectors

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Group photo of 19 representatives from library, archive, museum and education sectors at SCCR/37. They are standing in a long line down a shallow stairs in the WIPO conference hall, holding organization name plaques.
Representatives from the library, archive, museum and education sectors at SCCR/37.

The WIPO action plan for 2019 presents great opportunities to bring the debates in Geneva on copyright and libraries to the regions, and to consider international solutions to the challenges faced by libraries, archives, museums and education.

Read our blog on what 2019 has in store for libraries and other sectors, and a round-up of what happened at the last session in 2018 of WIPO’s Standing Committee on Copyright and Related Rights (SCCR/37) that met in Geneva on 26-30 November 2018.

EIFL would like to take this opportunity to thank our colleagues and allies in ‘Team Access’, a dedicated team from the library, archives, museum and education communities who advocate together at WIPO, for their cooperation, support and friendship throughout 2018. We look forward to our continued work, and a productive and exciting year ahead in 2019!