Technologies enable unprecedented democratization of cultural practices, and the production and use of Intellectual Property. An effective system of sustainable norms for digital copyright is needed but this is challenging to create. Copyright law is complex and there are gaps in knowledge and awareness. The reCreating Europe project brings researchers, libraries, copyright experts, policymakers and other stakeholders together in order to clarify what is needed for a regulatory framework which supports culturally-diverse production, inclusive access and consumption.
reCreating Europe focuses on five groups of stakeholders: individual authors and performers, creative industries, cultural and heritage institutions, intermediaries and end-users. In this way, the project can assess needs along intertwined research patterns, while its multi-disciplinary innovative approach joins different methodologies within the framework of participatory research strategies.
- Joining forces for innovation in the European cultural sectors – reCreating Europe ReCreating Europe announces collaboration with Indices, aiming to strengthen results, with regards to the insights on how to improve the #regulatory #framework on #access to and #reuse of #cultural goods and to the impact and success of common on-field initiatives ...
- Join us for the first #ReCreatingEU #online #workshop on 5 May 9:00CEST on mapping the #legal frameworks that shape the role of #intermediaries in organising the circulation of culture & creative works in #Europe. Register and join us! http://copy21.com/2020/04/h2020-recreating-europe-wp6-online-workshop-on-may-5/
- ReCreating Europe: project started! – COPY21 Read about the project kickoff meeting in a blogpost from colleagues of the University of Szeged - one of the ten partners of the reCreating Europe project: http://copy21.com/2020/01/recreating-europe-project-started/
ReCreating Europe: project started! jan 23, 2020 by Dr. Mezei Péter in ...