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Which digital policies work for cultural heritage in 2020s? #NoWorries x Communia Salon

9 września 2020
Pracownię Otwierania Kultury
prowadzi Centrum Cyfrowe

What are the effects of digital technologies on the cultural heritage sector, and how should we shape them with appropriate policies? ? The European Commission is currently running consultations on this topic and revisiting an approach established ten years ago ??

We are organising a Communia Salon to discuss the issue with representatives of key stakeholders in this debate ???

Sept 17th | 15:30 pm CET

Key questions we’d like to talk about:
✔ a decade later, how much do we need to change the measures described in the Recommendation?
✔ what is the proper balance of IPR that ensures that we all benefit from digitised cultural heritage? Are the measures included in the new Copyright Directive sufficient?
✔ what policies do we need, moving forward, to ensure access and reuse of digital cultural heritage?

Moderator: Alek Tarkowski

Participants of the debate:
? Paul Keller (Communia / IViR)
? Hessel van Oorschot (Open Nederlands / Tribe of Noise)
? Ariadna Matas (Europeana)
? Brigitte Vézina (Creative Commons)


? This meeting will be run on zoom. In order to participate in the event YOU NEED TO REGISTER here ? https://tinyurl.com/y2pauvc2

We will e-mail you with the invite until up to half an hour prior to the event.

? We will also stream the event directly into this Facebook event: https://tinyurl.com/y2y8kxa7

The debate is organised by Centrum Cyfrowe, Communia, and Free Music Archive and forms a part of the #NoWorries campaign powered by EUIPO. You can learn more about the campaign and register for another event we’ll be virtually hosting that day here: https://otwartakultura.org/noworries/

Pracownię Otwierania Kultury
prowadzi Centrum Cyfrowe