Open letter to publishers worldwide to meet the Ten principles for fair contracts

Open letter to publishers worldwide to meet the Ten principles for fair contracts

On 5 January 2016, authors from a number of countries released open letters asking publishers to reconsider the contract terms they offer authors and outlining the parts of publishing contracts where, from the author’s perspective, reform is urgently needed.

The International Authors Forum (IAF (http://internationalauthors NULL.org/)) has also established 10 Principles for Fair Contracts.

CEATL’s reaction to the Commission’s action plan “towards a modern, more European copyright framework”

CEATL’s reaction to the Commission’s action plan “towards a modern, more European copyright framework”

Brussels, 11 January 2016

As an association representing authors, CEATL has read with attention the communication and action plan for a reform of EU copyright rules published by the Commission on December 9th 2015.

* CEATL welcomes the emphasis put on the necessity to reassess the role and responsibility of internet intermediaries and platforms, as well as to fight commercial-scale copyright infringements more effectively.

Call for applications for 2016 Banff International Literary Translation Centre (Alberta, Canada; application deadline: 10 February 2016)

Call for applications for 2016 Banff International Literary Translation Centre (Alberta, Canada; application deadline: 10 February 2016)

The Banff International Literary Translation Centre hosts one translation student from each of the founding countries – Canada, Mexico, and the United States – and 15 literary translators, either from the Americas translating literature from anywhere in the world, or translators from anywhere in the world translating literature from the Americas.