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The COVID-19 pandemic presents a fundamental challenge for Copyright Agency members. Literary festivals, book launches and gallery openings have been cancelled or significantly disrupted, making it difficult for people to stay connected and make ends meet.

While applications for our Emergency Action Funding are now closed, Copyright Agency remains committed to serving members and finding ways to assist Australian writers, visual artists and publishers. We know that Australian creators are resilient, but we also know that you need support to make it through the coming months. We’re here to help.

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