UK Copyright and
Creative Economy Centre

University of Glasgow

23 June 2022 in Blog

‘Creativity and the Law: Changing Perspectives’: CREATe panel at Association for the Study of Law, Culture and Humanities Annual Conference, 2022

The 24th annual conference of the Association of Law, Culture and the Humanities took place this June, hosted by Emory…
Read More

UK Copyright and
Creative Economy Centre

University of Glasgow

23 June 2022

‘Creativity and the Law: Changing Perspectives’: CREATe panel at Association for the Study of Law, Culture and Humanities Annual Conference, 2022

About CREATe

CREATe investigates the future of creative production in the digital age. We look at the public sphere from the perspectives of intellectual property law, information law and competition law. We are the UK @copyrightcentre.

MORE

About CREATe

CREATe investigates the future of creative production in the digital age. We look at the public sphere from the perspectives of intellectual property law, information law and competition law. We are the UK @copyrightcentre.

MORE

BLOG

23 June 2022 in Blog

‘Creativity and the Law: Changing Perspectives’: CREATe panel at Association for the Study of Law, Culture and Humanities Annual Conference, 2022

The 24th annual conference of the Association of Law, Culture and the Humanities took place this June, hosted by Emory…
Read More
17 June 2022 in Blog

21 for 2021: Three Faces of Openness in Organising Copyright

This post is part of a series of evidence summaries for the 21 for 2021 project, a CREATe project within the…
Read More
15 June 2022 in Blog

Scotland’s sustainable media future discussed in the ARC

On 9 June, just one day after the Advanced Research Centre’s (ARC) inauguration, the question of Scotland’s media future was…
Read More
14 June 2022 in Blog, Public Lectures

CCPR-CREATe Lecture: ‘Media Freedom and the Regulation of Big Tech’

In this blog, Zein Al-Maha Oweis doctoral researcher in Media and Cultural Policy reports on the CCPR-CREATe Lecture by Dr…
Read More
VIEW ALL

BLOG

23 June 2022 in Blog

‘Creativity and the Law: Changing Perspectives’: CREATe panel at Association for the Study of Law, Culture and Humanities Annual Conference, 2022

The 24th annual conference of the Association of Law, Culture and the Humanities took place this June, hosted by Emory…
Read More
17 June 2022 in Blog

21 for 2021: Three Faces of Openness in Organising Copyright

This post is part of a series of evidence summaries for the 21 for 2021 project, a CREATe project within the…
Read More
15 June 2022 in Blog

Scotland’s sustainable media future discussed in the ARC

On 9 June, just one day after the Advanced Research Centre’s (ARC) inauguration, the question of Scotland’s media future was…
Read More
14 June 2022 in Blog, Public Lectures

CCPR-CREATe Lecture: ‘Media Freedom and the Regulation of Big Tech’

In this blog, Zein Al-Maha Oweis doctoral researcher in Media and Cultural Policy reports on the CCPR-CREATe Lecture by Dr…
Read More
VIEW ALL

The Copyright Evidence Portal gives access to the world’s current knowledge about copyright law and its effects – as a data-minable Wiki catalogue and through visualizations. It includes the Copyright Evidence Wiki, a digital resource intended to construct a complete catalogue of existing empirical evidence relevant to copyright policy in order to inform public debate.

MORE

A digital archive of primary sources on copyright from the invention of the printing press (c. 1450) to the Berne Convention (1886) and beyond. For each of the thirteen geographical areas covered, a national editor has selected, transcribed, translated and commented on documents. Primary Sources on Copyright is co-produced with CIPIL / University of Cambridge.

MORE

CopyrightUser.eu will provide authoritative and accessible guidance on EU copyright law. The website – developed through the Horizon 2020 project reCreating Europe: Rethinking digital copyright for a culturally diverse, accessible, creative Europe – will help ‘copyright users’ across the EU make informed decisions on copyright issues.

MORE

CopyrightUser.org is an independent online resource intended to make UK copyright law accessible to creators, media professionals, entrepreneurs, students, and members of the public. The platform offers innovative multimedia resources and accessible guidance that are based on authoritative research and responsive to users’ needs.

MORE

PROJECTS

Evidence viz toolProject: Creative Industries
22 November 2021

Copyright Evidence Portal (AHRC PEC)

Evidence synthesis and visualisation project, creating a data-minable catalogue of empirical studies relevant to copyright policy. This is a key…
Project: Creative Industries
22 September 2021

Developing best practice codes for creative audiovisual re-use (H2020)

This project – part of the EU Horizon 2020 funded consortium reCreating Europe: Rethinking digital copyright law for a culturally…
Project: Creative Industries
22 May 2021

You Can Play: Video Games and User Freedoms (ESRC)

This project examines how player creativity is understood and regulated in the video games and eSports industry.  Copyright law tends…

RESEARCH PAPERS

Blog

New working paper: Can you play? An analysis of video game user-generated content policies

CREATe is happy to present the sixth entry in our 2022 series of working papers: "Can you play? An analysis…
Blog

CREATe contributes to UK policy: new working papers on music streaming and AI

Two new papers are published today in the CREATe working paper series. The papers build on submissions by members of…
Blog

New working paper: Copyright (in design) post-Brexit

CREATe is happy to present the third entry in our series of working papers released in 2022: “Copyright (in Design)…
Blog

Digital platforms’ power: a new analysis

CREATe presents the second entry in our 2022 series of working papers: “Mapping International Enquiries into the Power of Digital…

GET INVOLVED

PhD

MORE

LLM

MORE

Opportunities

MORE

GET INVOLVED

PhD

MORE

LLM

MORE

Opportunities

MORE
Ranked 40 for law

Partnering with

Funded by

Featured Resources

Featured resources