GLAMs working together on copyright: the Dutch example

In most European countries, galleries, library, archive and museum (GLAM) organisations make efforts to provide copyright support to their members. However, this work does not always take place across sectors even as they face similar issues. The Dutch Copyright Working Group offers an example of how GLAM organisations can work together on copyright.

Annemarie Beunen, copyright lawyer at the National Library of The Netherlands, and Maartje Hülsenbeck, copyright lawyer at the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision (co-chairs of the group) share some insights about how it works on Europeana.

Read the post here: https://pro.europeana.eu/post/libraries-archives-and-museums-working-together-on-copyright-the-dutch-example

Pictured: Harmonie, 1833-1900, National Library of the Netherlands.

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