reCreating Europe seeks to support the development of creative industries and to enhance access to copyright information by:
- developing a conceptual framework for addressing adverse effects of territorial rights in the Digital Single Market;
- studying newly emerging business models in the creative industries and the possible transformation of existing ones including effects of digitisationand copyright on small companies and the impact of low-IP environments to creativity and innovation;
- developing new, sector-specific codes of best practices in relation to copyright that are sensitive to the specific needs of two different sets of creators: documentary filmmakers, and cultural heritage institutions offering immersive experiences online; and
- developing an innovative and responsive EU Copyright User platform to enable creative and cultural sectors across the EU to make informed decisions on copyright issues.
van Eechoud, M; an Es, R (2021). D4.1 Territoriality Scoping Paper. Zenodo.
van Eechoud, Mireille; van Es, Romy (2021). D4.2 Report on EU policy space in light of international framework. Zenodo
Danna, Raffaele; Martinelli, Arianna; Nuvolari, Alessandro (2021). D4.6. Interim report on negative space of EU creative industries. Zenodo
Pastak, Ingmar; Kõuts-Klemm, Ragne; Eenmaa, Helen; Kindsiko, Eneli (2021). D4.8 Interim report on entrepreneurship patterns of creative industries in gentrifying urban neighbourhoods arising from empirical data gathered. Zenodo
Meletti, Bartolomeo; van Gompel, Stef (2021). D4.10 Issue reports on how copyright exceptions and other permitted uses that are relevant for documentary filmmakers and immersive digital heritage practitioners are understood in the Netherlands and the UK. Zenodo
Meletti, Bartolomeo (2021). D4.12 Interim report on the information architecture of the Copyright User EU site. Zenodo