CESAER, European University Association (EUA), Science Europe: All publishers must provide researchers with clarity and transparency on Open Access
« CESAER, the European University Association (EUA) and Science Europe call on all publishers to fully respect researchers’ rights and to end the use of restrictions and embargoes.
On 25 May 2021, more than 880 universities and research-performing and research-funding organisations united within CESAER, EUA and Science Europe call on all publishers to stop requiring researchers to sign over their rights and to end the use of restrictions and embargoes. The joint statement, signed by the presidents of the three organisations, is a strong show of support for Open Science and Open Access.
The statement expresses deep concern regarding the unclear practices of some publishers, in particular the examples recently reported by cOAlition S, that complicate and confuse matters for researchers. The organisations urge publishers to reconsider their position and modernise their approaches in a way that fully respects researchers’ rights, including sharing their peer-reviewed research findings without restrictions or embargoes. (…) »
source > cesaer.org, 25 mai 2021