Budapest’s new bill banning school content on homosexuality and transgender issues prompts three organizations to call for an EU response.
‘As we become ever more interdependent,’ Richard Charkin writes, the IPA is uniquely positioned to ‘protect, support, and nurture’ publishing.
This year, the honors go to writers from countries including Bulgaria, Latvia, Iceland, Malta, the Netherlands, Portugal, and Sweden.
International citizens are signing the new Charter for the Freedom of Expression created by the German publishers’ association.
Shortlists from: Albania, Armenia, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Iceland, Latvia, Malta, Moldova, the Netherlands, Portugal, Serbia, Slovenia, Sweden, and Tunisia.
A first look at the new report on Europe’s book publishing markets highlights the range of impact felt in the first year of the pandemic.
The Federation of European Publishers announces a first: Creative Europe is specifying support for the books sector.
With Rudy Vanschoonbeek finishing his term as president of the Federation of European Publishers, Rowohlt’s Peter Kraus vom Cleff takes over the role.
The International Publishers Association calls on Brasilia to abandon plans for new book taxes, as the econmy sharply contracts.
With Nobel laureate Svetlana Alexievich declining to testify before the State Investigative Committee, Belarusian writers ask for support.