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Public Lecture: Copyright Reform in a Brexit environment

Public Lecture: Copyright Reform in a Brexit environment By Prof. Martin Kretschmer (Director of CREATe, the RCUK Copyright Centre) Where: University of Glasgow, Humanities Lecture Theatre, When: Wednesday, October 19th, 17:30 This event is part of the CREATe Public Lecture … Continue reading

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The creative economy in question

The ‘creative economy’ and its workings have been at the heart of our mission, writes CREATe Deputy Director, Philip Schlesinger. Over the past four years, this has given the Centre’s work both a coherent focus and, at the same time, … Continue reading

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Opportunity for a funded 5 year PhD at CREATe linked to a 0.5 GTA position

The School of Law, University of Glasgow is offering a PhD bursary / Graduate Teaching Assistant linked to CREATe, the RCUK for Copyright and New Business Model in the Creative Economy. This is a flexible position, and open to exceptional … Continue reading

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The Game is On … Again!

CREATe is delighted to announce the release of the second episode of the award-winning series The Game is On! Drawing inspiration from well-known copyright and public domain work, as well as recent copyright litigation, this series of short films provides a … Continue reading

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CREATe Public Lectures and PhD Development events

Join us this autumn at one of our Public Lectures or PhD development workshops. Our public lecture series will investigate topical policy issues such as  EU Copyright Reform in the Brexit environment and publisher rights in the new Copyright in … Continue reading

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Angela McRobbie introduces ‘De-Centralising London As Fashion’s Epicentre’

Professor Angela McRobbie, Goldsmiths introduces De-Centralising London As Fashion’s Epicentre | Part One – the first of two articles reporting on her research into the key issues facing young fashion designers wanting to set up their own label.  

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CREATe at EPIP 2016

The CREATe team were delighted to host European Policy for Intellectual Property (EPIP) Association’s 10th Annual Conference in the UK for the first time last September and would like to wish our colleagues at Oxford every success with EPIP 2016. The conference takes … Continue reading

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Brexit: “You don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone”

Lilian Edwards, CREATe Deputy Director considers the implications for IT law and UK academia in light of BREXIT in her editorial for the Summer 2016 issue of SCRIPTed (Volume 13, Issue 2).  

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Hosting providers’ safe harbour is not the problem of copyright owners

We are delighted to announce the release of a new CREATe working paper authored by Eleonora Rosati. The paper explores recent proposals advocating the removal of safe harbour protection at the EU level for hosting providers that give access to copyright … Continue reading

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Connecting creativity, value and money

We re delighted to announce the release of a new CREATe working paper authored by Bob Last. This working paper was commissioned and the work project managed by Cultural Enterprise Office (CEO).

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