We actively engage on public policy and legislative developments with the Irish Government, the Houses of the Oireachtas, the European Commission, European Parliament and international bodies. We provide information and data on a range of policy areas that help others understand the role and function of the collective management of rights, and by definition, the role of the Irish Music Rights Organisation.
We are open and constructive in our communications with political and regulatory audiences. The Irish Music Rights Organisation does not support or align ourselves to political parties and we don’t make political donations.
The creative and cultural industries (CCIs) have shown exceptional resilience to the economic crisis and are well-placed to grow further in the future due to their role as forerunners in digital innovation.