Europeana represents over 3,500 cultural heritage institutions from across Europe. As such, we have a responsibility to speak up and make the digital cultural heritage sector work as well as it can for all of those institutions. And so we engage in advocacy activity at a European level - on critical topics such as the public domain and copyright - by and on behalf of our partners, the Europeana Network, and our audiences. We have an Advocacy Framework that provides a structure within which the Europeana Foundation can comfortably engage in advocacy activity, in a transparent and accountable manner.
The Advocacy Framework provides the remit, scope and objectives of all advocacy activity we undertake.See more
Add your institution to the list of prominent individuals in Cultural Heritage calling for updated EU copyright rules.See more
Find out more about the current activity around copyright reform and how we represent the Europeana Network.See more
Europe’s public cultural heritage institutions are key to influencing and shaping our lives with unrivalled access to information, culture and our shared history.See more
The Rights Clearance Case Study Report outlines challenges cultural heritage organisations face when publishing out-of-commerce works online.See more
26 million. That’s how many rights statements changed in November 2016. Europeana, as a founding …Read more
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