MCNA is a member of an international alliance of songwriter and composer organisations. These creator-led partners help to share best practice in the battle for authors rights and amplify the voice of music creator all over the world.
CIAM was created in 1966 to advocate for the cultural and professional aspirations of music creators. CIAM focuses on economic and legal interests, serves as a forum for the exchange of information, ideas and best practices, and provides practical advice to help musical creators achieve their goals.
CIAM’s mission is to serve as the unified global voice of music creators of all repertoires, and from all regions of the world.
ALCAM is a partnership formed only by authors and composers of Latin America that works daily to promote and create awareness about legitimate moral and economic right of every artist on his work and to receive fair remuneration for their creative work.
Placing value on the work of these authors and composers and defend the contribution they make to their work to the cultural development of all communities to which they belong.
APMA was launched at the World Creators Forum in Beijing in November 2016. It brings together songwriters from across the region and its charter of principles and intentions was signed by creators from 15 countries and territories including Australia, Mongolia, New Zealand, Taiwan, Thailand, South Korea, Japan and Vietnam.
APMA helps local artists to unite their voices, understand their rights, develop awareness and guide organisations to protect creators and their works.
The Pan-African Composers’ and Songwriters’ Alliance is an organisation that exists to lobby for the interests of composers and songwriters in the region. Based in South Africa, its aim is to develop copyright in this complex and rapidly developing region while helping artists to better understand their right to fair remuneration.
PACSA was founded in 2010 and its membership has grown significantly now representing a total of 35 member associations with 16,500 composers and songwriters across the entire continent.
The Fair Trade Music movement is dedicated to building an ethical, sustainable and transparent music ecosystem that is equitable for everyone in the music value chain. The movement furthers these goals by giving consumers and creators the information they need to make ethical choices when producing, distributing, streaming or purchasing music.
The movement is coordinated and overseen by Fair Trade Music International (FTMI), an independent not-for-profit organization backed by more than 500,000 music creators from around the world.
Observers: The European Composer and Songwriter Alliance
The European Composer and Songwriter Alliance (ECSA) exists to defend and promote the rights of authors of music at the national, European and international level by any legal means.
ECSA advocates for equitable commercial conditions for composers and songwriters and strives to improve social and economic development of music creation in Europe.