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The PA introduces diversity targets and 10-point plan

The Publishers Association is setting goals for board-level women and BAME staff for its members. Read more

Pullman calls for reintroduction of fixed book prices

Philip Pullman has called for a reintroduction of a minimum price for books to protect independent bookshops, calling them “the lantern bearers of civilisation”.... Read more

Brexit must not distract, Tribe says

New PA president Lis Tribe on the challenges ahead. Read more

PA lobbies government over EU trade barriers and copyright

The Publishers Association has called on the government to keep European Union trade barriers to an “absolute minimum” and to encourage investment in the UK... Read more

Spare Room Project tackles regional diversity

A pilot scheme to help regional diversity in publishing has launched to offer accommodation to those who live outside of London and don’t have somewhere to stay... Read more

BBC relaunches Love To Read campaign at Hay

The BBC today relaunched Love to Read, a campaign that celebrates reading for pleasure, at Hay Festival.  Read more

SAGE's Barr succeeds Prior as PA president

Stephen Barr, president of SAGE International, has been elected as the new president of the Publishers Association. Read more

PA plans to recruit 10,000 'Reading Ambassadors'

The Publishers Association is urging members of the public to "share their love of reading" by volunteering to become Reading Ambassadors in their local communities.... Read more

A whole Lot to shout about

The Publishers Association boss is getting to grips with his new charges and canvassing opinion from its constituents about what it can do better -... Read more

Tickell report commends UK's Open Access progress

The UK has made "substantial progress" towards ensuring Open Access publication of publicly funded research since the Finch Report was published in 2012, according to... Read more

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