Democracies can only function properly if they are underpinned by a public sphere. But online spaces are controlled by private interests and traditional media are mostly providing national perspectives. The inhabitants of Europe lack the space to debate a shared interest for the public, based on solid facts and a culture of care. We need a media landscape in Europe which re-constitutes the citizen at the centre of public debate. And we need a European digital infrastructure that is based… Read More »inDICEs at the European Policy Forum: An Initiative for European Public Space
inDICEs provides policy recommendation concepts to the growing call for copyright reform, regulations and coordination of European sovereignty in favour of the public interest.
inDICEs is conceived as a project that aims to empower policy-makers and decision-makers in the Cultural and Creative Industries to fully understand the social and economic impact of digitisation in their sectors and address the need for innovative (re)use of cultural assets. By tracking policies in an open observatory and establishing policy priorities for successful digital transformation and future governance of cultural and creative content ecosystems, inDICEs is working to provide tools to measure and advance the impact of cultural… Read More »inDICEs position on European Declaration of Digital Principles
In this blog post, an effort is made to collect and share some relevant resources on Intellectual Property Rights developments in the cultural heritage sector. On the journey to Culture 3.0, the cultural heritage sector must tackle the increasingly complex topic of IPR. On our way to a shared and open digital future, the cultural sector must empower itself with IPR knowledge and tools. The sector’s main objectives are to understand the legal framework, operate with existing tools, and take… Read More »Building on IPR knowledge Exchange in the cultural Heritage Sector