Organization of the roundtable “Europe needs a good copyright reform”

On Friday, 7 September 2018, the Intellectual Property Institute, the Institute for Comparative Law, the institute Danes je nov dan, the institute Citizen D and the initiative Opening Up Slovenia jointly organized a roundtable entitled “Europe needs a good copyright reform” at the Faculty of Law of the University of Ljubljana. The roundtable was moderated by dr. Maja Bogataj Jančič.

All the Slovenian MEPs were invited to the roundtable to present their views on the directive on copyrights in the digital single market along with the following stakeholders:

– Associate Professor dr. Klemen Podobnik,Faculty of Law of the University of Ljubljana,
– dr. Vesna Čopič, Ministry of Education, Science and Sport,
– Mojca Jarc, Ministry of public administration,
– dr. Marko Grobelnik, Institute Jožef Stefan, National Messenger of Digital Technology,
– Gregor Štibernik, institute AIPA,
– Luka Novak, the Slovenian Organization of Authors and Publishers for Reproduction Rights – SAZOR GIZ k.o.,
– Vuk Ćosić, independent digital strategist and artist,
– Žiga Vrtačič, Danes je nov dan,
– mag. Miro Pušnik, the National Council for Library Activity,
– doc. dr. Matija Damjan, the Institute for Comparative Law,
– Špela Stare, the Slovene Association of Journalists,
– Domen Savič, Citizen D.

Report on the roundtable is accessible here.

Short introductory video is available here.

Video of the whole roundtable can also be found here.

Media reporting on the roundtable: OpeningupSlovenia, Delo, Dnevnik in Pravna praksa.