Stakeholders

reCreating Europe targets five main groups of stakeholders, together with policy-makers and other interest groups.

This part of our work is for end users: the general public, associations of consumers, specific categories of underrepresented users (people with disabilities, minorities, etc.) and related associations, and academics. We are analysing the problem of end-user access to culture and consumption of cultural and creative goods in the Digital Single Market, providing a fresh look at the interplay with regulatory efforts in the area of copyright and broader cultural policies by combining law and economic research.

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This part of the project focuses on the creative industires: general public, associations and creators in audio-visual industries. It is a multi-faceted and multi-disciplinary program of work seeking to support the development of creative industries and to enhance access to copyright information.

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This part of the project is focused on social media services and online platforms (e.g., Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Vimeo). Research will critically examine, explain, measure and evaluate the impact on digital access to culture and the creation of cultural value of (existing and proposed) legal rules and practices regarding content moderation and removal in user-generated content (UGC) platforms.Intermediaries.

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This part of our work is for end users: the general public, associations of consumers, specific categories of underrepresented users (people with disabilities, minorities, etc.) and related associations, and academics. We are analysing the problem of end-user access to culture and consumption of cultural and creative goods in the Digital Single Market, providing a fresh look at the interplay with regulatory efforts in the area of copyright and broader cultural policies by combining law and economic research.

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Through both desk research and empirical research, reCreating Europe will provide a comparative cross-national mapping of (i) the governance and implementation of processes for IPR within Galleries, Libraries, Museums and Archives (GLAM); (ii) the effective implementation of copyright law by GLAM, taking into account sector-specific practices, with particular regard to digitisation-related issues and Open Access to Knowledge. The project will also aim to understand the effect and uses of the digitization of art, architecture and cultural heritage in place-making, and the effect of this on the functioning of the DSM. Work will be undertaken with stakeholders to improve their copyright awareness, and help them to deal with issues arising from digitisation, by drafting specific guidelines. In so doing, it enables a higher degree of harmonization of current EU copyright law and policies by means of a bottom-up approach, where stakeholders play a leading role.

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reCreating Europe, although focussing its work on the aforementioned key actors, is opening up the dialogue to further stakeholders, such as policy makers, funders, various institutions, relevant projects and the general public. In the course of the project, we will also aim to identify synergies with relevant projects and initiatives and foster collaboration opportunities. Not part of the key stakeholder groups, but interested in our work? Do not hesitate to contact us!

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