Collective management organizations facing digital challenges

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Laetitia Normand, Monza and Kpénahi Traoré.

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By: Kpénahi Traoré Follow

50 mins

Culture has been reviving in France for a few weeks, after several months of closure.

Due to the health crisis, most of the major cultural meetings and events were organized in a hybrid fashion, one part online and the other face-to-face with a small audience in compliance with health rules.



This is the case of the Moca (Movement of creatives Africas), the sixth edition of which took place on June 17 and 18, 2021, at the Hôtel de Ville in Paris and on a digital platform created for the occasion.

Several panels animated this two-day meeting, including “The challenges of digital in the digital context”.

So what


we saying

today is looking at this theme with actors from the African cultural world, in particular from Burkina Faso, Mauritania and Niger.

They will explain how collective management organizations are evolving in their countries and how artists can benefit from them by leveraging the internet.




Wahabou Bara

, CEO of the Burkinabè Bureau of Copyright (BBDA) 



, Mauritanian artist and producer


Laetitia Normand

, manager, trainer of the Masterclass “Culture applied to Digital” organized by the African Dream which initiated a tour of Africa of culture.


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