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Title: 10 years into Marrakesh – what does the data say?
Authors: International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA)
Keywords: Subject::Marrakesh Treaty
Subject::World Intellectual Property Organisation
Subject::Copyright exceptions and limitations
Issue Date: 13-Mar-2023
Abstract: So far, 123 countries have ratified or acceded to the Marrakesh Treaty, including those which joined subsequent to the European Union’s ratification. This represents almost 2/3 of the countries of the world, an impressive achievement for a Treaty that was only voted through ten years ago, and only entered into force in September 2016. IFLA has for a number of years been sharing its Marrakesh Monitoring Report, looking at how well countries are doing at turning the goals of the Treaty into national legislation that really does lift unnecessary copyright-related barriers to making, sharing and receiving accessible formal copies of works. Based on the edition published in February 2023, this paper offers some glimpses at what we can see from the data. UPDATED 27 MAY 2023
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