The International Federation of Reproduction Rights Organisations.

It is an independent, non-profit membership association that promotes, on an international basis, collective management of reproduction and other rights in text and image works.

IFRRO has over 150 members, drawn from more than 85 countries around the world.

Members of IFRRO represent many millions of authors, visual artists, and publishers of books, journals, newspapers, magazines and printed music. 

They act on behalf of authors and publishers whenever the individual exercise of their rights is impracticable by giving access to copyright-protected works and enabling the reproduction and certain digital uses of these works.

Copyright industries represent some 4-6 % of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in developed countries. Frequently, they are the fastest growing sector of the economy and amongst the most important contributors to the creation of new jobs and they should be encouraged and nurtured.

The decision to accept the KazAK as a member of the IFRRO was made at the General Assembly in Reykjavik (Iceland) on October 8, 2023. The official letter regarding this event was received on October 23, 2023.