Caroline Morgan Chief Executive and Secretary General, International Federation of Reproduction Rights Organisations, (IFRRO)

Caroline is Chief Executive and Secretary General of the International Federation of Reproduction Rights Organisations (IFRRO) since November 2016. Previous to that, she was the General Manager of Copyright Agency responsible for managing Copyright Agency’s relations with licensing clients, including education and government sectors. Caroline also managed VISCOPY, the Australian collective management organisation for visual arts.

Caroline is the Past President of the Copyright Society of Australia (2006 -2014). She was also Chair of the International Federation of Reproduction Rights Organisation’s (IFRRO), Asia Pacific Committee, and chair of IFRRO’s Legal Forum. She has been deeply involved in the work of the IFRRO community for several years.

Caroline has extensive experience in the development of copyright systems in the Asian region, working closely WIPO and national governments. She was also a consultant to the Asia/Pacific Cultural Centre for UNESCO project on Copyright and Intangible Cultural Heritage, which involved copyright development work with government and publishing industry representatives in several least developed countries in the Asian region. Caroline has a BA and LLB from Sydney University and an MBA from the Australian Graduate School of Management (AGSM).