CREATe Public Lecture on YouTube: ‘Reflecting on the Public Voice in Copyright Consultations’

On 25 November, CREATe held our first Public Lecture of the 2020-2021 term, which was also the first Public Lecture held entirely online. The central presentation by Lee Edwards and Giles Moss on their project, Improving Deliberation, Improving Copyright was complemented by the inclusion of three discussants, each with a distinct perspective on the experience of facilitating or participating in copyright consultations: Ian Hargreaves (author of the Hargreaves Review), Aline Iramina (CREATe PhD student on secondment from the Federal Government of Brazil), and Martin Senftleben (Professor of Intellectual Property Law and Director of the Institute for Information Law, IViR). CREATe Post-doctoral researcher Ula Furgal and Editor of the CDSM Imprementation resource page gave a short pre-talk on the implementation of the Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market and presentation of the resource page.

Screenshot of Zoom webinar from the Public Lecture

We streamed the event via YouTube – it can be viewed here:

We are delighted to be able to reach a worldwide audience with our events and will be running further online Public Lectures in the Spring Term, with details posted here as soon as dates are finalised.

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