The National Assembly adopted amendments to the Copyright and Related Rights Act (ZASP-I) and the Collective Management of Copyright and Related Rights Act (ZKUASP-A) in an urgent legislative procedure at the end of September 2022. With that, Slovenia implemented the Directive on copyright and related rights in the Digital Single Market. The entire process took a year and a half with the two acts being adopted in an urgent procedure due to the threat of sanctions from the EU, or so the lawmakers claimed.
During the process of public debate, stakeholders from the fields of research, education, preservation of cultural heritage and other areas in the public interest forwarded numerous comments, opinions and detailed suggestions for optimal implementation of the Directive. Time and time again, their suggestions were largely ignored.
When the acts were adopted, the Ministry of Economic Development and Technology (MGRT) announced that they are planning further discussions with stakeholders regarding the development of copyright legislation. The first public consultation was held on 6 December 2022 at the Faculty of Law in Ljubljana.
Dr. Maja Bogataj Jančič from the Intellectual Property Institute represented ZRC SAZU, KOsRIS, University of Ljubljana, CTK UL and Arnes, Maribor University Library, Association of Library Associations of Slovenia (Zveza bibliotekarskih društev Slovenije) and the Higher Education Union of Slovenia (Visokošolski sindikat Slovenije) at the consultation.
The following day, December 7, 2022, the Intellectual Property Institute, in cooperation with KOsRIS, ZRC SAZU, CTK UL and the University of Ljubljana, organized a press conference on the adoption and further development of copyright legislation. The speakers were Dr. Jerneja Fridl (ZRC SAZU), Mag. Miro Pušnik (CTK UL) and dr. Maja Bogataj Jančič (Intellectual Property Institute).
Open Future EU is hosting an Open Future Salon #2 Launch of Paradox of Open: responses on 30. 11. 2022 at 17:00. At the Salon, a collection of essays in response to the Paradox of Open by Paul Keller and Alek Tarkowski will be launched.
Dr. Maja Bogataj Jančič, LL.M., LL.M., is giving a lecture on “Legal issues in open research” at the Open Science Summer School, organised by the University of Maribor.
Communia and Gesellschaft für Freiheitsrecht are organising Filtered Futures, the conference on constraints that upload filters place on fundamental rights, after the CJEU ruling on Article 17 of the Copyright Directive. The event will take place on September 19th, 2022, at Robert-Bosch-Stiftung in Berlin.
The International Association of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA), PAC Centre for digital preservation, hosted at the National Library of Poland is holding a series of 10 webinars on basic understanding of digitisation projects.
Communia, a non-governmental organisation that advocates for policies that expand the public domain and increase access to and reuse of culture and knowledge, issued twenty new copyright policy recommendations for the next decade.
On April 26th, the Court of Justice of the EU will hand down its decision on the annulment of Article 17 of the DSM Directive in Case C-401/19, Poland v Council and the Parliament. Communia is hosting a virtual salon to discuss the implications of this highly anticipated judgement and what it means for the national implementations of Article 17. The registration is free and open!
The Data Governance Working Group (GPAI), co-chaired by Maja Bogataj Jančič and Jenni Tennison, will present their latest research at this year’s AI UK 2022, the UK’s national showcase of artificial intelligence and data science research and collaboration on 23rd of March, 2022 at 13.00. This event will be hosted by The Alan Turing Institute. Four content-filled sessions will be kickstarted by Chris Philp, Minister for Technology and Digital Economy. AI UK 2022 will be a virtual event broadcast from London.
The fourth roundtable on the Ethics of Artificial Intelligence (AI) “Challenges of AI Ethics and Governance: From Principles to Practice” will be held on 24 February 2022 from 12:00 to 14:00. The roundtable will be held online and will be open to the public. This roundtable will address a number of challenges that the governance of AI triggers from an ethical perspective. These include how to translate the ethical principles into practice; how to measure fairness and equity; and the incentives that may push the private sector to comply with ethical principles such as inclusiveness. You are cordially invited!
You are invited to the discussion Artificial Intelligence: Creator or Tool of Creation?, which will take place as part of the exhibition Live, Laugh, Love, on February 8th, at 5 pm in the Kresija Gallery. Designer Emil Kozole and dr. Maja Bogataj Jančič, LL.M., LL.M., will explain how they see the development of artificial intelligence in the future and how this development will or should be followed by legal regulation. Welcome!
OERcamp.global 2021: Presenting the study Remote education during the pandemic – Teacher’s perspective
On December 10th, 2021, at 8.00, at the OERcamp.global 2021, which is a 48-hour conference with practitioners, activists, scientists, nOERds and novices from around the globe, the pre-recorded session of Remote education during the pandemic, Teacher’s perspective will be played. After the played recording, dr. Maja Bogataj Jančič, LL.M., LL.M., Anahita Rezaei (Centrum Cyfrowe) and Teresa Nobre (Communia) will be available to answer the questions. Welcome!
On December 9th, 2021, Career Centers at University of Ljubljana are organizing an online event “Copyright law and Copyrights”, where dr. Maja Bogataj Jančič, LL.M., LL.M will lecture. The lecture will relate to the topic of copyright law and copyrights, and will first guide listeners through the history of copyright, through the philosophical justification of copyright to the current regulation of copyright in Slovenia. Welcome to join us!
Jožef Štefan Institute is organising GO-DIP workshop series, first of them coming on November 19th, 2021 is revolving around software IP and data agreements. The GO-DIP project aims to increase the competencies of knowledge generators and intermediaries. At 15.10 dr. Maja Bogataj Jančič, LL.M., LL.M. will be lecturing in the Workshop: Development of a checklist for model digital IP agreements. Welcome!
2nd GPAI Summit will occur from 11-12 November, 2021 in Paris, France. Leading international AI experts from civil society, academia, industry and governments, including ministerial-level delegates from GPAI’s Membership, will come together for GPAI’s annual event. This public-facing event will include reporting on the ten Working Groups’ study topics, including the reporting of Data Governance Working Group (DG WG). Public conferences will be broadcasted live on GPAI’s Youtube channel. Welcome!
Tomorrow, on November 9th, 2021, Chancellery of the Prime Minister (Poland) is organising an online conference “The future is data”. The main theme will be data management and sharing. The conference will kick-of at 10.00, and dr. Maja Bogataj Jančič, LL.M., LL.M. will also lecture at 12.30. Welcome!
The Hungarian Presidency of the Committee of Ministers is committed to inspire important discussions on the safe exploitation of the full potential of artificial intelligence (AI). In line the intention to contribute to the improvement of AI policymaking at global, regional and national levels, the Government of Hungary, in collaboration with the Council of Europe, organised a conference on 26 October 2021, focusing on the theme of current and future challenges of coordinated policies on AI regulation.
On September 28th, 2021, National university library (NUK) organizes a webinar dedicated to the implementation of the DSM Directive in the EU and Slovenia. At the online event, guests from abroad and Slovenia will present their experience with transposition of the Directive into national legislations and key changes brought by the Directive. The webinar will take place in two parts, and in both parts dr. Maja Bogataj Jančič, LL.M, LL.M. will also present. Welcome!
The European Union Delegation to the United Nations in Geneva, the Permanent Mission of Switzerland to the UN in Geneva, the Permanent Mission of Slovenia to the UN Office and other international organisations in Geneva in capacity as Presidency of the Council of the EU, and the Geneva Internet Platform are organising a series of dialogues “From Geneva: Reflections on digital future”. On these dialogues issues of importance for the Geneva and global audiences are discussed, and one of them: Data economy: human-centric approach at the forefront is kicking-off today at 16.00, where dr. Maja Bogataj Jančič, LL.M., LL.M. will also lecture. You are cordially invited to join the event!
Creative Commons (CC) annually holds the CC Global Summit events, bringing together experts from different fields with the purpose of spurring on debates and organising workshops related to Open Access. This year’s CC Global Summit 2021 will be a special event as Creative Commons celebrates 20 years!
On the 26th of August, 2021, Centre for Intellectual Property Policy & Management (CIPPM) is organising a workshop, which seeks to explore the practical intellectual property concerns and issues faced by companies creating products and services using artificial intelligence, through the lens of practising lawyers. Dr Maja Bogataj Jančič will open the event by presenting the work, which is undertaken by the Data Governance Working Group of the Global Partnership on Artificial Intelligence (GPAI). Welcome!
On 15th of July Advocate General Saugmandsgaard Øe has issued an Opinion on Case C-401/19, the Polish request to annul Article 17 of the DSM directive. Since the opinion provides an important clarification on user rights safeguards, COMMUNIA is organising a special lunch edition of COMMUNIA salon, on Wednesday, the 21st of July at 1300, on which these clarifications will be analysed.
On 20 July 2021, the Ministry of Justice of the Republic of Slovenia will host a virtual conference focusing on the effective protection of fundamental rights in the regulation of artificial intelligence in Europe and beyond. The event will be moderated by Dr. Maja Bogataj Jančič, LL.M., LL.M., founder and head of the Institute for Intellectual Property, who is also the Co-Chair of the Data Governance Group at the Global Partnership for Artificial Intelligence (GPAI).
Can artificial intelligence be the author of an copyright work? On this topic, dr. Maja Bogataj Jančič, LL.M., LL.M. will lecture at the conference Artificial Intelligence, Human Rights and Social Damage at the Institute of Criminology at the Faculty of Law in Ljubljana. The conference will take place on 15 June 2021, 9:30-15:30 via the online platform zoom. Welcome!
On the 7th of June 2021 Directive on copyright and related rights in the Digital Single Market and amending Directives 96/9/EC and 2001/29/EC (DSM Directive) will enter into force. To mark this event COMMUNIA is organizing a special COMMUNIA Salon taking stock of the implementation process across the EU and taking a closer look at the latest developments around Article 17 of the DSM Directive. Welcome!
On Friday 30 April 2021, the Institute for information law (IViR) will hold an online lecture about copyright and the future of the creative sector in Europe.
On April 6, 2021, at 14.00, dr. Maja Bogataj Jančič, LL.M., LL.M. will deliver a lecture on data analytics (TDM) and copyright at the Faculty of Computer Science, University of Ljubljana.
On Thursday, 1 April 2021, Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property (PIJIP) will hold an online event dedicated to Article 17 of the new EU Directive 2019/790 on copyright and related rights in the digital single market, titled: “Platform liability under Article 17 of the Copyright in the Digital Single Market Directive, Automated Filtering and Fundamental Rights: An Impossible Match”. Welcome!
On 12 and 15 March 2021, IPI successfully organised two webinars about data analytics (TDM). The two webinars were led by dr. Maja Bogataj Jančič, and saw more than 50 attendees.
In order to properly employ Big Data and Data Analytics, it is crucial from the perspective of legal certainty that this field is copyright regulated. This will be discussed at the IPI Webinars on Data Analytics. Welcome!
On 17 March 2021, the sixth Communia Salon on the new Directive on Copyright and Related Rights in the Digital Single Market will take place, this time focusing on the German implementation proposal for Article 17. You are welcome to attend!
On 18 March 2021, dr. Maja Bogataj Jančič, LL.M., LL.M. will deliver a lecture on legal and ethical aspects of authorship of professional and scientific papers at the University of Maribor. The lecture is intended for the University of Maribor’s employees.
On Wednesday, 20 January 2021, Intellectual Property Institute and Today is the new day institute have, in cooperation with the Aksioma institute and Creative Commons, organised the Open Knowledge Day 2021 event, where we discussed the new EU Directive on copyright and related rights in the digital single market, exceptions and limitations for education, research libraries, and data analytics, and separately about the controversial Art 17, which imposes new obligation for online platforms.
After Communia successfully organised four online Salons discussing the new EU Directive on copyright and related rights in digital single market in 2020, it continues with the good practice in 2021 as well, and will organise the fifth Communia Salon on the role of ex-ante user rights safeguards in implementing Article 17 on 26 January. Welcome!
Center for Intellectual Property Policy and Management (CIPPM), established under the auspices of University of Bournemouth, will hold several online events in the following weeks, including events relating to the implementation of the new Directive 2019/790 on copyright and related rights in the Digital Single Market (DSM Directive).
On 5 and 6 October 2020, Europeana in cooperation with Deutsche Nationalbibliothek and under the auspices of the German Presidency of the Council of Europe organised a digital conference titled “The role of copyright in the digital transformation of the cultural heritage sector”. The conference, while organised as an invite-only event, also included a publicly open session “Past, present and future of copyright & digital transformation. Opportunities in the copyright in the Digital Single Market Directive”. Timotej Kotnik Jesih attended the session on behalf of IPI.
After three successfully organised virtual “salons”, Communia will, in cooperation with #NoWorries project, organise the fourth one “Which digital policies work for cultural heritage in 2020s?” on Thursday, 17 September 2020. You are welcome to attend!
Between 7 and 9 July the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) organised the second session of the Conversation on Intellectual Property and Artificial Intelligence. The first session was held last September. On its basis, WIPO published the Draft Issues Paper on Intellectual Property Policy and Artificial Intelligence on which the interested public then submitted comments. In May, WIPO issued the Revised Issues Paper on Intellectual Property Policy and Artificial Intelligence that has been the basis of the second meeting.
Creative Commons (CC) annually holds the CC Global Summit events, bringing together experts from different fields with the purpose of spurring on debates and organising workshops related to Open Access. This year’s CC Global Summit 2020 will, due to COVID-19 related circumstances, take place online. With this in mind, CC are calling for proposals for better event organisation, including proposals addressing issues regarding the COVID-19 pandemic and the global movement against racial injustice. You are welcome to submit your proposals!
You are welcome to attend the third Communia Salon of 2020 “The German proposal to implement Article 17 – A broken promise or a way forward?” on Thursday 2 July from 15:30 to 17:00.
You are welcome to attend the second Communia Salon of 2020 “Protecting freedom of expression via the pastiche exception” on Thursday 18 June from 15:30 to 17:00.
Between 16 June and 24 June 2020, Communia has decided to organise a series of four webinars on the provisions of the new Directive EU 2019/790 on Copyright and Related Rights in the Digital Single Market.
You are welcome to attend the “Copyright in the DSM Directive – one year after” event, organised by Communia, on Monday 18 May 2020 from 15:30 to 17:00.
The World IP Day has been celebrated on 26 April since the year 2000. On this day, IPI traditionally announces the most remarkable events in the past year, positively or negatively impacting the IP field. Due to extreme circumstances brought upon by the COVID-19 pandemic, the field of IP saw numerous events, initiatives and calls for adaptation being brought forward.
Last week, on 11 March 2020, the Institute of Brand and Innovation Law at University College London (UCL) and the European Association of Trade Mark Owners (MARQUES) organised the tenth traditional seminar Question the Trade Mark Judges where some of the most eminent trade mark judges discussed current issues in this field. There was a lot of talk about Brexit and some more procedural questions the judges are faced with in their everyday work. Intellectual Property Institute’s associate Tilen Zonta, currently studying Intellectual Property Law at Queen Mary University of London, attended the event.
Later this month, Ministry of Economic Development and Technology and Slovenian Intellectual Property Office (SIPO) will organise consultations on implementation of the Directive (EU) 2019/790 on copyright and related rights in the Digital Single Market and the Directive (EU) 2019/789 on the exercise of copyright and related rights applicable to certain online transmissions of broadcasting organisations and retransmissions of television and radio programmes into Slovenian legislation.
Yesterday, University College of London (UCL) hosted a seminar on the doctrine of functionality. Experts from different sectors and jurisdictions discussed one of the most debated absolute grounds for refusal of registration of a trade mark, namely that the sign consists exclusively of (i) the shape, or another characteristic, which results from the nature of the goods themselves; (ii) the shape, or another characteristic, of goods which is necessary to obtain a technical result; or (iii) the shape, or another characteristic, which gives substantial value to the goods (Art. 7(1)(e) of the EUTMR and Art. 4(1)(e) of the Trade Marks Directive). Tilen Zonta, Intellectual Property Institute’s associate who is currently studying intellectual property law at Queen Mary University of London, was present at the seminar.
During 21. and 23. November the International Programs in Law of the Kyushu University’s Faculty of Law organized the conference Multidisciplinary perspectives on algorithms. Tjaša Zapušek, research assistant at IPI presented recent findings of her PhD research at University of Zürich.
International conference “Advancing Education – People, Institution, Technology”, which took place on 7 November 2019, saw international and Slovenian experts present their views, reflections and examples of e-learning practices and related opportunities and challenges. The program of the conference can be found here.
On Tuesday, October 22, 2019, Dr. Maja, Bogataj Jančič visited the Mirana Jarca Library in Novo Mesto, where she led a full-day workshop titled “Copyright for Libraries”.
Today, on 25 October 2019, a consultation on setting up and the role of the International Research Center for AI within UNESCO was held in the grand hall of the Ministry of Education, Science and Sport, between 12:00 and 14:30.
Last week, the European Commission organized the first stakeholder dialogue in accordance with Article 17 of Directive 2019/790 on Copyright and Related Rights in the Digital Single Market. Pursuant to Article 17, paragraph 10, the European Commission is obliged to organize dialogues to discuss best practices for cooperation between online content-sharing service providers and rightholders.
Intellectual Property Institute in cooperation with the National University Library, the Institute Today is a new day and the Slovenian Wikipedists user group, with the support of Communia and Wikimedia, organise “ANOTHER DAY OF OPEN KNOWLEDGE 2019” on 24 October 2019 at the City Museum of Ljubljana. Welcome!
The workshop will be organized as part of the “Another Open Knowledge Day 2019” event, which will take place on October 24th from 9:00 to 16:00 at the City Museum of Ljubljana. In addition to the Workshop “Copyright for Librarians”, the “Wikimedia Loves Monuments,” event will be held in the afternoon, where members of the Slovenian Wikipedia group will present the importance of Wikimedia for academic publishing practices and announce the winner of the Slovenian section of the Wiki Loves Monuments 2019 Photo Contest.
In September, the Católica Research Centre for the Future of Law and the Catholic University of Portugal, Faculty of Law organized a conference on The Law of Artificial Intelligence. This international event aimed to contribute to a better understanding of the complex legal issues surrounding the Artificial Intelligence.
In the past week, Dr. Maja Bogataj Jančič led two workshops on copyright in education, at the Faculty of Social Sciences and the Faculty of Public Administration respectively. The workshops were designed to raise awareness among professors and faculty staff about the copyright usage in education and its limitations.
In September, Udesin institute held a three-day summer school of Democracy and Human Rights that emphasized the importance of Freedom.
Last week, the Institute of Criminology and the Faculty of Law Ljubljana held a three-day autumn school titled Legal Challenges of Digital (R)evolution from 25 September to 27 September, which focused on legal challenges that may arise in the era of digital progress.
Today, the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) hosts the Conversation on Intellectual Property (IP) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) at its seat in Geneva, Switzerland. Conversation’s main purpose is to exchange views on potential impact of AI on the IP system. Dr. Maja Bogataj Jančič is attending the Conversation on behalf of Communia organisation that has the status of an observer.
Yesterday, The British Library hosted a meeting of the Copyright Working Group at CENL (Conference of European National Libraries). CENL is a network of 48 national libraries from 45 European states. The National University Library (NUK), represented by dr. Maja Bogataj Jančič for many years now, is actively engaged in this working group.
Between 9 and 12 September, the 9th Pan-Commonwealth forum (PCF9) is being held in Edinburgh, Scotland. On this meeting, different stakeholders in the field of education (policy makers, academics, representatives of the civil society) discuss the future of education in light of the issues of the fourth industrial revolution.
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.
In connection with the event Open Knowledge Day, an exhibition of the students of Photography at the Faculty of Fine Arts and Design will be organized on Monday, 6 May 2019, between 20:00 and 22:00 at Aksioma.
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
On 15 November 2018 the annual conference of the Network of Internet & Society Centers (NoC) took place in Paris. The networks deals with interdisciplinary research on the development, social impact, policy implications, and legal issues concerning the Internet.
Are you developing a product or service and you have questions regarding intellectual property, marketing, finance, business management, production or prototyping? This is an ideal opportunity to solve your dilemmas.
Important topics were discussed at the Open Education Policy Forum, that was held from 15 to 16 October in Warsaw. One of the topics was also EU copyright reform.
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, on which took part both the supporters and the opponents of the Directive.
Today, the Slovenian Press Agency (STA) organized a round table on the future of copyright in the EU where the supporters as well as the opponents of the reform presented their views.
This Sunday, the bad weather will show how bad is the copyright reform in the EU. If you oppose how only interests of the capital (music, audio-visual and publishing industry on one side and the interests of internet giants on the other) were listened to in this process and if you demand that also the interests of the individuals – citizens and the interests of the public institutions (educational, research, libraries, archives, etc.) are considered, then take your umbrellas and come to Prešernov trg.
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.