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Over the last months, the IN SITU Webinar series addressed numerous themes that support the work of cultural and creative ecosystems in non-urban Europe by bringing together the knowledge of EU research projects and CCIs - Cultural and Creative Industries with years of experience in non-urban areas. This is the last event of the series - do not miss the opportunity to discuss with us the role of cultural and creative work contributing to place-based sustainability and resiliency!
The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Youth today began implementing a capacity-building programme in the field of safeguarding intangible cultural heritage.
Is street art, such as murals in public spaces, entitled to copyright protection? The Delhi High Court has decided to examine the issue.
Botswana's President Mokgweetsi Masisi urged the 19th Session of the Council of Ministers of the African Regional Intellectual Property Organization (ARIPO) to introspect on barriers hindering the growth of the continent's creativity to global standards in Gaborone, the capital of Botswana, on Friday.
Professional associations covering artists, authors and publishers have hit out at calls by big tech firms for Australia to water down its copyright law, and to allow for cheap or free access to protected works and data. They have also warned against Australia ceding too much power to international regulators on copyright, a scenario that big tech is promoting.
The Minister of Art, Culture and the Creative Economy, Ms Hannatu Musa Musawa has sought the collaboration of the National Bureau of Statistics to establish a robust government-owned data system. She said the aim is to facilitate the transformation of the nation’s creative landscape.