Digital Business Models – Decent work for Creators – Rotterdam, 2nd December

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The European trade union federations in the Media Arts and Entertainment sector are working together to examine the opportunities and the challenging issues posed by digital business models, new forms of rights exploitations and sustainable digital work in the Media, Arts and Entertainment sector. In a rapidly changing environment, ensuring that creators can derive real value from work in the digital sphere is an ongoing and fast-moving challenge.

The four Federations (FIA, FIM, UNI MEI and EFJ) have joined hands with Belgian legal consultancy and reflection organisation for the arts Twee-eiige drieling to look at the challenges and opportunities encountered by performers and other media, arts & entertainment sector workers as they navigate the expanding digital and virtual landscape. They will present their brand new report looking at how these creatives approach business models online; new counterparts and the challenge of transparency; ownership of work and digital labour rights. The report explores how the digital evolution is affecting working lives and careers in the sector.

This event is planned within the framework of the ongoing trade union project on Atypical Work and is financed by the European Commission. We will offer interpretation in French and English. We can offer reimbursement of travel and subsistence costs for FIA members in Europe. Further practical details are included in the registration form. You can contact the secretariat for more information. The Draft Programme will be available shortly.

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