IGF 2020 Best Practice Forum on Local Content
[NEW] Final output report available
The BPF Local Content is pleased to present its final output report – "Local and indigenous content in the digital space: Protection, preservation and sustainability of creative work and traditional knowledge", published on 2 December 2020.
BPF meeting at IGF 2020
The BPF Local Content meeting at IGF 2020 was held on 9 November 2020, 17:20 – 18:50 UTC. The session recording is available: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-9ccQ6bQpok
About this BPF
In 2020 the BPF will concentrate its work on one key element that emerged from the 2019 outcome report: the need to further explore issues related to the protection, preservation and remuneration of creative work and collective wisdom, from a local content perspective. As such, the BPF will focus on:
- How to protect, preserve and remunerate creative work and collective wisdom in order to create a sustainable model for the production, distribution and local fruition of local content in the digital age. This may involve intellectual ownership rights, communities' intellectual property rights, ownership of national or community identifiers of natural resources, protection of creative works and so on.
The goal is to compile and then analyse case studies of good practices from different sectors (e.g. private sector, media sector, governments and international organizations like WIPO, UNESCO, civil society organizations, community groups and so on).
More details are available in the revised work plan.
- Carlos A. Afonso (Nupef), MAG member
- Giacomo Mazzone, representing EBU/WBU in the MAG
- Sorina Teleanu (IGF Secretariat supporting consultant)
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