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Alfons Karabuda was born on 2 December, 1967 in Stockholm, Sweden, is a President ECSA and SKAP, expert to the UN Human Rights Council, member of the executive board IMC, composer. Discover Alfons Karabuda’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 53 years old?
|Occupation||President ECSA and SKAP, expert to the UN Human Rights Council, member of the executive board IMC, composer|
|Age||53 years old|
|Born||2 December 1967|
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Alfons Karabuda Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
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Timeline of Alfons Karabuda
As the president of ECSA, Karabuda has been a driving force in getting the EU to decide on the new Copyright Directive in 2019 and the formation of a European–American collaboration between the music creator organisations ECSA and SGA (Songwriters Guild of America). The organisations have focused on the global issues of artistic rights, free speech and authors’ rights (in America, copyright), in joint actions such as the Fair Trade Music Initiative and 2019 making promoting a legal entity with authors in governance to administer online mechanical rights in the US.
As a member of the executive board of STIM, and during 2014 as acting CEO, Karabuda has focused on developing international strategy, improving distribution systems and adjusting the organization to the new EU directive on collective rights management.
Since the thirties Skap and affiliated musical organisations has invited members and Stockholm cultural workers and stakeholders to what has been commonly known as “spring parties”, where prizes where awarded, live music performed and food and drinks served. In 2014, Sveriges Radio broadcast a program about a series of Christmas and spring parties organised by Skap and FST , and made a case that the parties where designed to influence decision makers within Swedish cultural politics and institutions. Alfons Karabuda and six other Swedish cultural personalities was thus accused of bribing the public officials who chose to attend the parties and was cleared of all charges by a unanimous Tingsrätt, which moved the case to Svea Hovrätt where a divided court in October 2018 convicted Karabuda and FST executive chairman Martin Q Larsson . The case was consequently appealed to the Högsta Domstolen (Supreme Court of Sweden) where a formal appeal was granted on the 22 of May 2019 and on the 17 of March 2020 the Supreme Court answered and the stated fact that the events are not to be considered undue benefits. The Supreme Court ruled that no crime was committed and that the prosecuted individuals and organisations are completely exonerated and that all legal costs are to be paid by the government.
As expert to the UN Human Rights Council, Karabuda was part of producing the first ever UNHRC report on artistic rights in 2013. The report was followed by new reports during 2014.
Alfons Karabuda, born 2 December 1967 in Stockholm, Sweden, is a Swedish composer and EU cultural politics personality.