Congresses and Study Days

  • 2022 – Portugal – Copyright, Neighbouring and Special Rights: State of affairs and further outlook (for the national reports, click here)
  • 2021 – Madrid – Copyright, Competition and Innovation (for the national reports, click here)
  • 2019 – Prague – Managing copyright (for the national reports, click here)
  • 2018 – Montreal - Copyright in Action: International Perspectives on Remedies
  • 2017 - Copenhagen - Copyright, to be or not to be
  • 2016 - Rome - Applied Arts under IP Law: the uncertain border between beauty and usefulness
  • 2015 - Bonn - Remuneration for the use of works – Exclusivity vs. other approaches
  • 2014 - Brussels - Moral Rights in the 21st Century – The changing role of the moral rights in an era of information overload (for the national reports, click here)
  • 2013 - Cartagena de Indias - Dissemination and Management of Works of Authorship on the Internet
  • 2012 - Kyoto - Copyright and Related Rights in the "Cloud" Environment (for the national reports, click here)
  • 2011 - Dublin Expansion and Contraction of Copyright: Subject Matter, Scope, Remedies (for the national reports, click here)
  • 2010 - Vienna - The Duration of Copyright and Related Rights
  • 2009 - London "From 1710 to Cyberspace", celebrating 300 years of copyright and looking to its future
  • 2008 - Dubrovnik - Cultural Diversity: its Effects on Authors and Performers in the Context of Globalisation
  • 2007 - Uruguay - The Author’s Place in XXI Century Copyright
  • 2006 - Barcelona - Copyright and Freedom of Expression
  • 2005 - Paris - Exploring the Sources of Copyright
  • 2004 - Oaxaca - Infringement of Works of Authorship: from Traditional Piracy to the Liability of Internet Enterprises
  • 2003 - Budapest - Protection of Creators’ Rights in the Information Society
  • 2002 - Neuchâtel - A Copyright-Internet World
  • 2001 - New York  - Adjuncts and Alternatives to Copyright (for the national reports, click here)
  • 2000 - Stockholm - Copyright, Related Rights and Media Convergence in the Digital Context