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Broad cross-regional support for L&Es at WIPO
November 20, 2023

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Teresa Hackett

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Education

Research

Teresa Hackett, EIFL Copyright and Libraries Programme Manager, summarizes the key outcomes and achievements from WIPO’s copyright committee (SCCR/44) that met in Geneva from 6 - 8 November 2023 where significant progress was made on public interest issues in three key areas.
A2K Coalition’s analysis of WIPO’s copyright agenda
October 13, 2023

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eifl

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Education

Research

Members of the Access to Knowledge (A2K) Coalition, representing educators, researchers, libraries and other knowledge users around the globe, have released an analysis on key issues on the agenda at WIPO’s Standing Committee on Copyright and Related Rights (SCCR/44). The issues in question are: Major revisions required to fix the proposed broadcast...
I passi avanti dei lavori sul copyright internazionale in materia di accesso digitale all’istruzione, alla ricerca e al patrimonio culturale nella 43ᵅ riunione del Comitato permanente per il diritto d’autore e i diritti connessi dell’OMPI
August 3, 2023

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Deborah De Angelis

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Education

Research

Cultural Heritage

Da diversi anni le eccezioni e limitazioni (E&L) al diritto d’autore sono al centro delle discussioni del Comitato permanente per il diritto d'autore e i diritti connessi (SCCR) dell’Organizzazione mondiale della proprietà intellettuale (OMPI). Come noto, i negoziati mirano a trovare un equilibrio tra il diritto d’autore e la promozione dell’...
Highlights: AK2 and the R2R in Kenya
July 31, 2023

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Teresa Hackett

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Research

What copyright challenges do librarians, educators and researchers in Kenya face? How does Kenyan copyright law support access to knowledge and the right to research? What plans does the regulator have with regard to copyright limitations and exceptions, and who owns the copyright in an AI-generated work?These questions were discussed at the one-...
Fixing WIPO's proposed broadcast treaty
June 16, 2023

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Teresa Hackett

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Education

Research

At WIPO’s Standing Committee on Copyright and Related Rights (SCCR/43) that took place in April 2023, delegations were invited to send written comments on the latest version of the draft treaty for the protection of broadcasting organizations presented at the meeting (Second Revised Draft Text for the WIPO Broadcasting Organizations Treaty, document...
Finally, something to look forward to at WIPO
May 31, 2023

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Teresa Nobre

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Education

Research

Cultural Heritage

As the summer approaches, we are taking stock of the latest developments in copyright policy debates. The scene-stealer “Generative AI” is prompting a copyright comeback in the EU bubble, forcing everyone to take a position (including us). Yet the conversations that deserve the attention of copyright experts in the months to come are not limited...
WIPO Preservation Toolkit: finalize as is
May 19, 2023

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Teresa Hackett

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Cultural Heritage

EIFL and the international library, archives and museum communities have called on WIPO to finalize the new Toolkit on Preservation without making any further changes to the text. The call was made in response to an invitation to delegations at WIPO’s Standing Committee on Copyright and Related Rights (SCCR/43) to provide written comments on the...
New partnerships - a Right to Research in Africa
April 25, 2023

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Teresa Hackett

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Research

A major conference co-organized by EIFL, with national and international partners, took place in South Africa on 23-27 January 2023. ‘A Right to Research in Africa? A Week of Debates on Copyright and Access to Knowledge’ was attended by over 280 legal academics, researchers, librarians, policy-makers and Geneva-based diplomats from over a dozen...
A great week at WIPO
April 17, 2023

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Teresa Hackett

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Education

Research

Cultural Heritage

The 43rd session of WIPO's Standing Committee on Copyright and Related Rights (SCCR), that sets international copyright law and policy, took place in Geneva from 13 - 17 March 2023. More than 35 civil society advocates from five continents (Asia, Africa, Europe, North and South America), members of the recently formed coalition on Access to Knowledge...
The Italian Implementation of the New EU Text and Data Mining Exceptions
December 14, 2022

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Deborah De Angelis

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Research

This blog post analyses the implementation of the copyright exceptions for Text and Data Mining, which is defined in Italian law as any automated technique designed to analyse large amounts of text, sound, images, data or metadata in digital format to generate information, including patterns, trends, and correlations (Art. 70 ter (2) LdA). As...
Falling short: the status of RROS in Africa
December 12, 2022

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Desmond Oriakhogba and Dick Kawooya

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Education

Research

Cultural Heritage

A new report (2022) examining the status of reproduction rights organizations (RROs) in Africa finds that RROs in most countries do not meet global best practice guidelines as set out by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). In this guest blog for EIFL, Desmond Oriakhogba and Dick Kawooya, authors of the report "The Status of...
The Copyright Experience of the University of the South Pacific: a Union Perspective
November 24, 2022

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Elizabeth Reade Fong

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Education

Research

Legislation is meant not only to protect but to bring equity. And copyright legislation is not meant to be any different. However, the reality on the ground in a developing country like Fiji has only reinforced the inequity of access to and, more importantly, the use of information for learning and teaching and research for libraries and educational...
L’expérience en matière de droits d’auteur de l’Université du Pacifique Sud : une perspective syndicale
November 24, 2022

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Elizabeth Reade Fong

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Education

Research

La législation n’est pas seulement destinée à protéger, mais aussi à apporter l’équité. Et la législation sur les droits d’auteur n’est pas censée être différente. Cependant, la réalité sur le terrain dans un pays en développement comme les Fidji n’a fait que renforcer l’inégalité de l’accès et, plus important encore, de l’utilisation de l’information...
La experiencia de los derechos de autor de la Universidad del Pacífico Sur: el punto de vista de un sindicato
November 24, 2022

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Elizabeth Reade Fong

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Education

Research

La legislación no solo está pensada para proteger sino también para aportar equidad. Y las leyes sobre derechos de autor no son diferentes. No obstante, la realidad sobre el terreno en un país en desarrollo como Fiyi solo ha conseguido reforzar la desigualdad en el acceso y, lo que es más importante, en el uso de la información para el aprendizaje...
Guía «Excepciones al Derecho de Autor en beneficio de Personas en situación de Discapacidad Visual»
September 12, 2022

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Innovarte

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La Guía Excepciones al Derecho de Autor en beneficio de Personas en situación de Discapacidad Visual en sus manos es la tercera publicación del Ab. Luis Villarroel sobre la materia, quien en esta ocasión aborda las excepciones al Derecho de Autor que rigen en Chile, en beneficio de personas con discapacidades visuales, considerando el siguiente...
Jornada de reflexión parlamentaria sobre reforma al derecho de autor desde la mirada del interés público
August 10, 2022

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Patricia Díaz

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Education

Research

Cultural Heritage

La presidencia de la Comisión de Ciencia, Innovación y Tecnología del Senado y de la Comisión Especial de Derechos Humanos, Equidad y Género del Senado de Uruguay invitan a la Jornada de reflexión parlamentaria sobre reforma al derecho de autor desde la mirada del interés público.
Hiperderecho es acreditado como Observador ante la Organización Mundial de la Propiedad Intelectual
July 19, 2022

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Lucía León

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Education

Research

Cultural Heritage

Desde el 14 de julio hasta el 22 de julio, se está celebrando en Ginebra la Sexagésima tercera sesión de la Asamblea de los Estados Miembros de la Organización Mundial de la Propiedad Intelectual (OMPI). Con la opinión favorable unánime de los delegados de los Estados reunidos en sesión, se ha acreditado a Hiperderecho como Observador Permanente...
IBDAutoral envia contribuição à Consulta Pública sobre Inteligência Artificial no Brasil
July 4, 2022

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IBDAutoral

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Research

No documento, o Instituto tratou de questões relacionadas Inteligência Artificial e Mineração de Textos e Dados (TDM), Bases de Dados e Direitos Autorais.
Beneath the surface: reflections on some of the themes underpinning debate at SCCR42
June 17, 2022

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Stephen Wyber

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Cultural Heritage

Last month’s 42nd meeting of the World Intellectual Property Organisation’s (WIPO) Standing Committee on Copyright and Related rights (SCCR) was, at the same time, a breath of fresh air, and a return to the norm. It was certainly welcome to be able to engage, once again, with delegates in person. […]
Copyright and Covid: Libraries take stock
June 14, 2022

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Teresa Hackett

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Cultural Heritage

Librarians report on the challenges they faced in providing access to learning and research materials during the COVID-19 pandemic, highlighting the need for strong copyright exceptions for libraries to support the delivery of online content and services.
Participamos de la SCCR 42 en Ginebra
June 2, 2022

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Fundación Via Libre

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Education

Research

Cultural Heritage

Desde Vía Libre participamos de la reunión 42 del Comité de Derechos de Autor y Conexos ( Standing Committee on Copyright and Related Rights – SCCR) de la #OMPI en Ginebra como observadores permanentes de OMPI y como miembros de la Alianza de Acceso al Conocimiento (Access to Knowledge Coalition), que apoya la agenda de educación, investigació...
Una agenda latinoamericana por el Acceso Justo al Conocimiento: nuestra participación en la Organización Mundial de la Propiedad Intelectual
May 31, 2022

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Lucía León

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Education

Research

Cultural Heritage

El Comité Permanente de Derechos de Autor y Derechos Conexos (SCCR, por sus siglas en inglés) de la Organización Mundial de la Propiedad Intelectual (OMPI) celebró su cuadragésima segunda sesión entre el 9 y el 12 de mayo en Ginebra, Suiza. Se trató de la primera sesión presencial (con participación en línea de manera simultánea) desde el inicio...
Unescos rekommendation om öppen vetenskap
May 23, 2022

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Josefine Hellroth Larsson

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Education

Research

I slutet av 2021 godkände Unescos generalförsamling en ny rekommendation om öppen vetenskap. Alla medlemsländer enades om en slutgiltig version, som för första gången ger en officiell definition av vad öppen vetenskap är, och som kräver rättsliga och politiska förändringar till förmån för öppen vetenskap. Eftersom en rekommendation är Unescos...
Libraries, research get a boost at WIPO
May 23, 2022

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Teresa Hackett

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Cultural Heritage

The 42nd session of WIPO's Standing Committee on Copyright and Related Rights (SCCR), the global forum that sets international copyright law and policy, took place in Geneva on 9-13 May 2022 - the first full meeting since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. EIFL was there to promote strong rights for libraries in support of access to knowledge...
Corporación Innovarte participa en la Sesión 42 del SCCR de la OMPI
May 20, 2022

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Innovarte

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Education

Research

Cultural Heritage

La semana del 9 al 13 de mayo de 2022 se celebró en Ginebra la cuadragésima segunda versión del Comité Permanente de Derechos de Autor y Derechos Conexos de la Organización Mundial de Propiedad Intelectual.
Sobre el SCCR 42 de la OMPI y la Alianza de la Sociedad Civil Latinoamericana para el Acceso Justo al Conocimiento
May 16, 2022

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Patricia Díaz

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Education

Research

Cultural Heritage

Entre el 9 y el 13 de mayo de 2022 tuvo lugar la cuadragésima segunda sesión del Comité Permanente de Derecho de Autor y Derechos Conexos de la Organización Mundial de la Propiedad Intelectual (SCCR 42 de la OMPI).
Krönika: Detta hade jag velat säga om inte Kina kastat ut mig från FN-konferensen
May 14, 2022

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Eric Luth

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Research

I veckan hamnade Wikimedia i Sverige i fokus för Kinas påverkan i FN. De blockerades efter att Kina uppgett att Wikipedia "sprider desinformation". Nu skriver Wikimedia Sveriges Eric Luth själv om att hamna i världspolitikens centrum.
SCCR/42: COMMUNIA statement on limitations and exceptions for education and research
May 12, 2022

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Teresa Nobre

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Education

Research

Dear Delegates, it will not be easy to convince your families, friends, neighbours that policymakers from across the world should spend time discussing how to improve copyright exceptions. There is absolutely no doubt that the restrictions copyright laws pose on access to knowledge and information condition the right to education and the right...
Wikimedia Sverige: Kina blockerar oss från FN-organ
May 10, 2022

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Eric Luth

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Research

Vår ansökan om observatörsstatus till WIPO:s upphovsrättskommitté blockeras av Kina, med hänvisning till att Wikimediarörelsen sprider propaganda. Kina politiserar därmed tekniska överläggningar, skriver Mattias Blomgren och Eric Luth, Wikimedia Sverige.
Education and Copyright: obstacles to teaching in the digital age
May 9, 2022

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Teresa Nobre

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Education

Access to knowledge is an important aspect of the right to education. In order to respond to the needs in the classroom, teachers often complement traditional teaching resources with a wide spectrum of materials from a variety of sources. These are often protected by copyright and related rights.
COVID-19 Impacts on Cultural Industries and Education and Research Institutions: Key Questions from the WIPO Report
May 8, 2022

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Stephen Wyber

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Education

Research

Cultural Heritage

Tomorrow, the World Intellectual Property Organization’s Standing Committee on Copyright and Related Rights (SCCR) will hold an information session on the impact of COVID-19 on the cultural and creative industries, on the one hand, and on education and research on the other.
Director de Corporación Innovarte, presentó reseña histórica de la Agenda de Excepciones de la SCCR.
May 4, 2022

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Innovarte

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Education

Research

Cultural Heritage

El 28 de de abril, para abrir las presentaciones de la segunda versión del Ciclo de Conversaciones sobre Derechos de Autor y la Agenda Internacional, Luis Villarroel, presentó una linea de tiempo desde el 2004 hasta la actualidad en temas relacionados con la agenda de excepciones en SCCR.
Nueve países se suman al mapa de flexibilidades al derecho de autor
April 26, 2022

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Datysoc

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Education

Research

Cultural Heritage

En el Día Mundial de la Propiedad Intelectual, presentamos una importante actualización del mapa de flexibilidades al derecho de autor en América Latina, al que se incorporan nueve países.
Día de la Propiedad Intelectual: por un derecho de autor en apoyo a la educación
April 22, 2022

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Patricia Díaz

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Education

En el Día Mundial de la Propiedad Intelectual, Datysoc, junto con organizaciones de todo el mundo, expresa la necesidad de repensar algunos aspectos del derecho de autor en apoyo a la educación presencial y en línea.
Columna de opinión «Derechos de autor y la nueva Constitución: no echemos pelos en la leche» de Luis Villarroel, director de Corporación Innovarte.
April 18, 2022

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Innovarte

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Education

Research

Cultural Heritage

Te invitamos a leer la columna de opinión «Derechos de autor y la nueva Constitución: no echemos pelos en la leche» de Luis Villarroel, director de Corporación Innovarte, publicada el 17 de abril en El Mostrador.
Columna de opinión: Derecho de Autor en la Convención Constitucional: ex director del MAC se queda corto
April 6, 2022

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Innovarte

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Education

Research

Cultural Heritage

La nueva Constitución debe ser un pacto social orientado al bien común humano. De esta manera, debemos aplaudir la afirmación publicada recientemente en la prensa del reconocido artista y ex director del Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Francisco Brugnoli, en relación a que el artículo que se votará este martes 5 de abril en la Convención Constitucional...
How to promote research and education at the global level? Takeaways from our panel discussion
March 4, 2022

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Teresa Nobre

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Education

Research

COMMUNIA and Wikimedia Deutschland held a panel discussion on February 15th to discuss whether the new mandatory exceptions in the EU Copyright Directive could serve as a model to solve some of the most pressing international-level problems around education and research. The event started with Marco Giorello, the Head of the Copyright Unit at...
Opinión: Aportes a la nueva constitución de Chile en materia de derecho a la investigación y propiedad intelectual
March 2, 2022

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Innovarte

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Education

Research

Cultural Heritage

Corporación Innovarte, en la búsqueda de que se garantice en Chile el derecho a la investigación en el marco de la nueva constitución, hace pública la opinión elaborada por Beatriz Busaniche, experta en propiedad intelectual y actual presidenta de Fundación Vía Libre en la que se refiere a la necesidad de que la ley establezca limitaciones a la...
Copyright and Sustainable Development – Part 2: Applying the logic of sustainability to copyright
October 12, 2021

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Stephen Wyber

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Education

Research

Cultural Heritage

As highlighted in the first part of this blog, the United Nations 2030 Agenda represents a new approach to overall development policy.That set out how the Agenda focuses on the full range of policy areas and countries (rather than a subset of each), and the interconnections between them.
Copyright and Sustainable Development – Part 1: How a balanced copyright framework supports delivery of the 2030 Agenda
October 12, 2021

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Stephen Wyber

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Education

Research

Cultural Heritage

The United Nations 2030 Agenda and its 17 the Sustainable Development Goals set out a comprehensive policy roadmap towards a new, more sustainable model of development.In contrast to the Millennium Development Goals that preceded it, the 2030 Agenda does not just focus on a sub-set of policy areas – the tasks of any one single ministry or agency...
Webinar: hacia un equilibrio entre los derechos de autor y el interés público
September 30, 2021

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Datysoc

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Education

Research

Cultural Heritage

El miércoles 6 de octubre a las 18 hs tendrá lugar el webinar “Hacia un equilibrio entre los derechos de autor y el interés público”, en el que estaremos presentando
Aportando evidencia sobre los conocimientos y percepciones de la ciudadanía uruguaya ante la ley de derecho de autor
September 30, 2021

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Datysoc

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Education

Research

Cultural Heritage

El lunes 27 de septiembre dimos a conocer el informe «¿Cuánto sabes sobre derecho de autor? Conocimientos y percepciones de la ciudadanía uruguaya sobre el alcance de la ley de derecho de autor».
Derecho de autor y acceso a la cultura en bibliotecas
September 21, 2021

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Fundación Via Libre

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Education

Research

Cultural Heritage

El miércoles 14 de septiembre participamos del conversatorio “Derechos de autor vs. acceso a la cultura en bibliotecas”organizado por el Centro de documentación e información educativa, Jefatura de Región 5, Dirección General de Cultura y Educación, Gobierno de la Provincia de Buenos Aires.
Presentamos derechodeautor.org.ar
August 23, 2021

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Fundación Via Libre

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Education

Research

Cultural Heritage

El miércoles 18 de agosto se llevó a cabo el lanzamiento de derechodeautor.org.ar, una guía de recursos de información en castellano sobre derecho de autor, derechos conexos y política pública sobre acceso a la cultura en Argentina.
Hammer Time (or not): Breaking Free from the Law of the Instrument at WIPO
June 29, 2021

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Stephen Wyber

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Education

Research

Cultural Heritage

When all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail.This – the law of the instrument, or Maslov’s hammer – refers to a situation where someone’s actions are more determined by the tool that they have at hand than by consideration of what the best response might be.
SCCR/41: COMMUNIA Statement on Limitations and Exceptions
June 29, 2021

 by 

Teresa Nobre

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Education

Research

During the peak of the pandemic, 90 percent of all countries worldwide offered online learning. Yet, many of these remote uses made by your educational communities, made by your family, your friends, are not protected by law. By the vast majority of laws. The lack of fundamental exceptions to copyright that are fit for our current digital lives...
Las organizaciones internacionales de investigación apoyan la exención de los ADPIC de la OMC para el COVID-19 en materias de derechos de autor
March 22, 2021

 by 

Fundación Via Libre

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Research

Cultural Heritage

Más de 250 organizaciones e investigadores y expertos destacados, que representan a millones de investigadores, educadores, bibliotecas y organizaciones de apoyo a nivel mundial, piden la reducción de las barreras de derechos de autor para la prevención, la contención y el tratamiento del COVID-19.
Copyright and COVID-19: Has WIPO learned nothing from the pandemic?
December 9, 2020

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Teresa Nobre

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Education

Research

Cultural Heritage

The COVID-19 pandemic has shown, more clearly than ever, that copyright can stand in the way of schools, libraries and cultural heritage institutions properly operating. Copyright exceptions that permit these public interest activities still do not exist everywhere. Moreover, exceptions do not always apply regardless of whether activities are...
A Path to Progress at WIPO: Tackling Confusion, Complexity, and a Can’t-Do Attitude
November 25, 2020

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Stephen Wyber

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Education

Research

Cultural Heritage

The 40th meeting of the Standing Committee on Copyright and Related Rights was far from what was expected when IFLA and others last left Geneva in October 2019, at the end of the 39th meeting.
Copyright limits and learning: lessons from the covid-19 quarantine
November 17, 2020

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Carys J. Craig

Referring to: 

Education

The World Intellectual Property Organization’s Standing Committee on Copyright and Related Rights meets this week against the backdrop of a global health crisis that has fundamentally changed the way we teach and learn. Now copyright law must catch up.
Derecho de autor y acceso abierto al filo de la pandemia
November 12, 2020

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Marianne Diaz

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Education

Research

Cultural Heritage

Tras meses de cuarentena, ha quedado claro que el acceso a la cultura y al conocimiento no es un lujo sino una necesidad esencial del ser humano. Las restricciones a la propiedad intelectual se han flexibilizado, pero esto solo es una muestra de la crisis del sistema tradicional de propiedad intelectual.
As contribuições do InternetLab para a Estratégia Nacional de Inteligência Artificia
March 3, 2020

 by 

InternetLab

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Research

Conheça os cinco temas centrais que conduziram nossas contribuições para a consulta pública da Estratégia Nacional de Inteligência Artificial, realizada pelo Ministério da Ciência, Tecnologia, Inovações e Comunicações (MCTIC).
Higher ambitions for education and copyright in Africa and the world
October 17, 2019

 by 

Mugwena Maluleke

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Education

African nations actively participated in the development of the Sustainable Development Agenda that acknowledged the centrality of education in the achievement of all other plans for a better world. Like other nations of the world, they committed to the provision of a single, renewed education agenda that is holistic, ambitious and aspirational,...
Right to authorship
September 26, 2019

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Yamile Socolovsky

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Education

Research

Education International's decision to encourage discussion of an International Treaty concerning the exceptions and limitations to copyright for educational and research activities is both timely and necessary.
Copyright Issues and Teachers' Dilemma in Asia Pacific
September 12, 2019

 by 

Dr. Robert Jeyakumar

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Education

Research

I woke up in Budapest on a fine summer morning to deliver a lecture using materials I had prepared in Malaysia in accordance with copyright exceptions allowed in Malaysia. Just before the lecture, I was informed that my materials did not conform to copyright laws in the EU. Dismay! This was just the beginning of my series of lectures, I still...
Direito autoral e educação: a aplicação da lei e o efeito nas práticas educacionais
July 4, 2019

 by 

Mariana Valente, Victor Pavarin Tavares, Maria Luciano

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Education

A legislação de um país sobre direito autoral tem implicações diretas sobre o cotidiano de uma sala de aula. Afinal, professores podem digitalizar páginas de um livro e distribuir em sala de aula ou por e-mail? E gravar e exibir um programa de TV, rodar um DVD ou um filme? Quais dessas atividades dispensam autorização do autor? Quais exigem licenç...
Sobre el SCCR 42 de la ompi y la alianza de la sociedad civil latinoamericana para el acceso justo al conocimiento
May 22, 2019

 by 

Karisma

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Education

Research

Cultural Heritage

Entre el 9 y el 13 de mayo de 2022 tuvo lugar la cuadragésima segunda sesión del Comité Permanente de Derecho de Autor y Derechos Conexos de la Organización Mundial de la Propiedad Intelectual (SCCR 42 de la OMPI).
Let’s spark a global discussion on copyright exceptions for education and research!
April 25, 2019

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David Edwards

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Education

Research

Today it’s World Intellectual Property Day – a good day to remind us that it’s time to reform copyright law. We need action to change copyright systems that are hindering free expression and failing to promote diverse and prosperous societies for the benefit of all.
Ready for Real Change? Copyright, Education and the Quest for Equality
April 25, 2018

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Carys J. Craig

Referring to: 

Education

April 26th is World Intellectual Property Day, the 2018 theme for which is ‘Powering Change: Women in Innovation and Creativity.’ While, truth be told, the day itself typically strikes me as an awkward effort by the World Intellectual Property Organization [WIPO] to celebrate the protection of intellectual property [IP] for its own sake, this...
Canada’s copyright regime – who’s afraid of fair dealing?
April 11, 2018

 by 

David Robinson

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Education

Research

If you’re looking for a cure for insomnia, then perusing Canada’s Copyright Act[1] might just be what the doctor ordered. The Act weighs in at a hefty 176 pages of dense legal text that is sure to induce somnolent yearnings in even the most caffeinated reader. On the other hand, if you’re an educator or student who cares about ensuring a balanced...
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Our Privacy Policy explains what type of information is collected from you when you visit our website (none!), how we use and share that information (we really have nothing to share...), and how you can contact us (by email). 


Our Privacy Policy applies to you when visiting our website. 

Our Privacy Policy applies to the visitors (or "you") of our website at https://www.a2k-coalition.org/


Our Privacy Policy does not apply to third party websites.

Our Website may contain links to third-party websites. Obviously, our Privacy Policy does not apply to those. 


We do not collect information through your use of our website. Full stop.

We do not track, collect or store any information about you.


We do not share information with third parties. 

We do not collect any information from you and we do not use third party analytical tools. This means that we are unable to transfer or disclose any information about you with third parties. 


We do not receive information from third parties.

We really respect your privacy. We do not receive information about you from third parties. 


You can contact us by email.

If you have any questions about this Privacy Policy or if you would like to make a complaint about a possible breach of local privacy laws, please email us at communia@communia-association.org.


We will try to reply as soon as possible.

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