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19.05.2019 News

The master class "Artist status and copyright" on March 27th, organized by the non-profit association Les Amis d'ma Mère in the framework of the Millenium Festival, was a great success. The master class had the aim of responding to multiple concerns about the status of artists and the invisible side of the exploitation of artistic works on the internet.

Nearly a hundred documentary filmmakers, young professionals and students have come together for this meeting led by Jean-Jacques Jespers.

Thanks to: Paola STEVENNE (President of the Belgian Scam Committee) and Renaud MAES (Professor of Social Sciences and Labor-ULB); to Sophie MARCHAL (lawyer specialized in intellectual property-Scam), to Romain LELOUP(lawyer specializing in the defense of artists) and François Stassens (head of audiovisual sector-Sabam).

A resume of this meeting is available in the "Your rights" section and you can also watch it online below.

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