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The Book Platform project, funded under the Eastern Partnership Culture Programme, will be holding a workshop this week to highlight the importance of copyrights for social, cultural and economic development as well as to address specific issues in the copyright system and its implementation in Armenia in the light of current European practices and solutions.
Tanzanian dance music veteran John Kitime has said one of the challenges which cause artistes to lose their rights is because they do not know the copyright law.
In May 2009 Foundation for Cultural Policy Research (Cupore) established a project for developing a methodology for assessing national copyright and related rights systems. The objective of the project is to form a set of evaluation methods for developing copyright and related rights policies and strategies, as well as the copyright and related rights system on the national and international level.
This IRIS plus examines, in relation to the various relevant scenarios, when copyright protection for films and audiovisual works ends, focusing in particular on two of the worlds most economically powerful audiovisual markets: Europe and the USA.
This project reported here aimed at providing a methodology for a systematic assessment of the functioning, performance and balanced operation of a national copyright and related rights system. Its results are presented here as a framework that is supposed to be improved through application feedbacks.
La subsecretaria del Ministerio de Cultura, Mercedes del Palacio, ha presentado hoy una iniciativa del Ministerio para apoyar la oferta legal de contenidos culturales en Internet.