Joint Statement from European Research Organisations on Copyright in the Digital Single Market

Science Europe is one of five key European research organisations calling on Members of the European Parliament to modify the current EU copyright reform proposal. In a joint statement released today, LIBER Europe, CESAER, EUA, LERU, and Science Europe — who together represent hundreds of universities, libraries, and research funding and performing organisations — say that amendments in five main areas of the proposal are critical if Europe wants to be at the forefront of a prosperous and growing digital society. Read more here.

News

(Tallinn, 12 October 2017) The Tallinn Call for Action is released today by the Estonian Presidency of the Council of the EU. It repeats the recommendation from Science Europe’s July 2017 Position Statement ‘On A New Vision for More Meaningful Research Impact Assessment’. Read more

(26/09/17) European R&I community urgently calls to revise the TDM exception in the copyright reform... read more

(07/09/17) New Symposium Report on impact and the societal value of science... read more

(07/09/17) International coalition joins together to halt potentially harmful copyright reform... read more

(04/09/2017) New Workshop Report on cross-border collaboration and portfolio management of Research Infrastructures...read more

(11/07/17) Let's talk about the value of research, not just its impact... read more

Documents

Discover the new Position Statement on a New Vision for More Meaningful Research Impact Assessment... read more