Freedom of expression to dominate Paris Book Fair

Freedom of expression to dominate Paris Book Fair

Freedom of expression following the terrorist attack on the satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo in January, human rights and the looming European copyright reform will be recurrent themes at the Paris Book Fair on 20th-23rd March, according to Vincent Montagne, president of the French Publishers Association (Syndicat National de l’Edition, SNE).

The event will also be marked by a several new features, such as a professional forum for training, information and exchanges, the presentation of 20 young Francophone publishers by the Astier-Pécher Film and Literary Agency, conferences on the book mar...

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