Working Group Intellectual Property Rights
The Working Group on Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) was founded in light of the current situation of IPR in Europe.
The group will set up an inventory of museum-specific problems in IPR lawmaking (national and European level), as well as inventories on good practices and of national museum groups, who are active in the IPR field. They seek a consensus on solution strategies and standpoint positions, particularly to advocate unanimously to policy makers on the national and European level, and because there are various IPR policies in the different European countries.
- 13 January 2017
Working Group Meeting in Ghent, Belgium
Working Group Meeting and study visit
- 11 November 2017 // Ghent, Belgium
Working Group Meeting as part of NEMO's Annual Conference 2017.
A feedback from NEMO's members on the recommendations made in the IPR study was collected and resulted in a position paper. Almost all organisations stated that copyright was an issue of concern in their country, all of them support and agree with NEMO's recommendations and conclusions drawn from the study, the paper should support their involvement in copyright legislation on national levels.
- 12 November 2016 // Karlsruhe, Germany
Working Group Meeting as part of NEMO's Annual Conference with guest presentation by Andrea Wallace, PhD Candidate and Postgraduate Researcher with CREATe, the University of Glasgow
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