International Federation of Popular Music Publishers (IFPMP)
Fédération internationale des éditeurs de musique légère (FIEML)
prior to 1991. Current statutes adopted 19 Jan 1999, following confederation in C-XD0499 - International Confederation of Music Publishers (ICMP), together with U-XD1273 - International Federation of Serious Music Publishers (IFSMP), all being based at the same offices for secretariat purposes. Merged completely with ICMP/CIEM in 1999, since which time functions as ICMP/CIEM Popular Music Bureau.
Advise members on matters of international interest; increase public awareness of the role of music publishers in creating and disseminating popular music works nationally and internationally; further interests of popular music by making representations to and negotiating with governments, IGOs, NGOs and other representative bodies; maintain and encourage development of national and international laws, conventions and agreements which protect and enhance the rights of authors and music publishers in musical works and that provide for appropriate mechanisms by which music publishers can freely accomplish their role.
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General Meeting (annual). Board of up to 10 Directors. Officers: President; 2 Vice-Presidents; Treasurer; Secretary-General.
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