Wikimania is the biggest world conference on free knowledge. It is organized by the Wikimedia Foundation. This year, the conference was held in Stockholm between 14 and 18 August under the title: “Stronger together: Wikimedia, Free Knowledge and the Sustainable Development Goals”.
Summer Economics Institute (SEI) is a summer school, organized for the 8th time by the American Chamber of Commerce in Slovenia (AmCham Slovenia) and the US Embassy in Slovenia. There, dr. Maja Bogataj Jančič held her traditional lecture, in which she presented to the participants the different phases of the development of a company and the issues relating to intellectual property law they encounter in real life.
Tomorrow, on 14 June 2019, dr. Maje Bogataj Jančič will have an introductory lecture with the title Copyrights in education on the Consultation “Copyright and rights in the digital education and presentation of the pilot updates of the Digital university”, that will be held at the Faculty of Administration starting 9 AM.
Today, dr. Maja Bogataj Jančič is speaking on the regional seminar “Do we need to regulate social media? Rationales for and viability of regulation of online platforms and social media” on the pannel “Solutions and approaches”.
On the Open Knowledge Day, organized by the Intellectual Property Institute and Today is a new day on 6 May 2019 in the atrium of ARC SAZU, numerous lecturers shared their knowledge on different aspects of open (in the broader sense knowledge, in the narrow sense culture, science, education, hardware and software, data, etc.).
Yesterday, the Slovenian Chapter of Creative Commons was established by Slovenian members of Creative Commons Global Network. Some interested individuals were also present at the meeting.
On Monday, 6 May 2019, an introductory meeting, on which the Slovenian Creative Commons Chapter will be established will take place at 10:00 at the premises of Aksioma (Komenskega 18, 1000 Ljubljana). With the reorganization of Creative Commons (abbreviated CC or “ustvarjalna gmajna” in Slovenian), the CC Global Network was created. Individuals and institutions are free to join the network.
Open knowledge is knowledge that one is free to use, reuse, and redistribute without legal, social or technological restrictions. Open Data and Open Content, Open Science and Open Education, Open Hardware and Software are all building blocks of Open Knowledge and consequently an open society.
On 23 April, we celebrate the World Book and Copyright Day. On this day, the creative path of two of the greatest literary names Cervantes and Shakespeare came to an end.
Yesterday, a presentation of the Analysis of the situation on the field of enforcement intellectual property rights was organized by the Slovenian Intellectual Property Office (SIPO) in cooperation with the EU Intellectual Property Office at the Ministry of Education, Science and Sport. Dr. Maja Bogataj Jančič, Saša Krajnc and Tilen Zonta from IPI also attended the event.
Join us tomorrow, 8 March 2019 at 14 PM (CET), on the webinar “Women in the Open: Experiences, perspectives and approaches”, on which dr. Maja Bogataj Jančič will also be speaking.
The Open Education Week is underway – an annual event, organised by the Open Education Consortium – an association of more than a hundred institutions and organizations around the globe, committed to the values of open education.
Copyright and related rights in music
Global Congress on IP and Public Interest 2018, Washington D.C.
The round table entitled “Europe needs a good copyright reform” that was organized by the Institute for Comparative Law, the institute Danes je nov dan, the institute Citizen D and the initiative Opening Up Slovenia and the Intellectual Property Institute.
Today, the Slovenian Press Agency (STA) organized a round table on the future of copyright in the EU.
Every summer, the Institute for Information Law at the University of Amsterdam, hosts one of the best annual summer schools on copyright law. From 2 to 6 July, IPI’s Saša Krajnc had the pleasure of being among the 20 carefully selected participants of this 5-day intense legal seminar, covering all of the latest, upcoming and hot topics of EU and worldwide copyright law.
From 13 to 15 April, when spring was already warming up Europe, IPI’s dr. Maja Bogataj Jančič and Saša Krajnc attended the pinnacle of annual Creative Commons events – the CC Global Summit in icy, yet still posh Toronto. For those not familiar with the organisation – Creative Commons provides free, easy-to-use copyright licenses to give the public permission to use creative work, but also acts as an organized network for advocacy and initiatives related to free sharing of copyrighted material, open resources and open internet.
On 20 April 2018, an international round table on “Digital Single Market and Its Impact on Culture and Media in Croatia” was held in Zagreb. Dr. Maja Bogataj Jančič participated on the panel on fostering creativity.
ETUCE (European Trade Union Committee for Education) in cooperation with EFEE (European Federation of Education Employers) and Communia organized an international conference entitled “A better copyright for quality higher education and research in Europe and beyond” that took place in Brussels on 11 April 2018.
Between 20 and 21 March the European Copyright Action Days took place in Brussels. Dr. Maja Bogataj Jančič also attended the event.
On Friday, 2 February 2018, IPI organized the event “Reportage: Do you speak CC? Creative Commons 2017 @ OSMO/ZA” in cooperation with Ljudmila and Luka Prinčič.
Between 18 and 20 October, UNESCO and the Government of the Republic of Slovenia organized the 2nd World Open Educational Resources (OER) Congress in Ljubljana. One of the supporters of the event was also IPI.
On Friday, 2 December 2016, the Faculty of Law of the University of Maribor hosted the IXth conference “Law and Economics: Copyrighted works at the university: – legal, economic and other aspects”.
On 15 October, dr. Maja Bogataj Jančič held a lecture on the Days of Slovenian Lawyers 2010 in the section “Modern technologies in EU law: from the contracts to the gambling”. On the basis of the case Google France, Google Inc. v Louis Vuitton Malletier she presented the problem of misuse of trademarks on the Internet with the help of the advertising service Google AdWords and similar systems.