- 20 December 2022 from 3:00-4:00 pm CET
- Facilitated by Irini Stamatoudi attorney-at-law (at the Supreme Court, Greece) Professor in IP and Cultural Heritage Law, Faculty of Law, University of Nicosia (Cyprus)
- Free Registration is open until 18 December 2022 (3 pm) ** HERE *
- The online webinar is limited to 50 participants on a first come, first serve basis. The webinar will be recorded and the recording video will be available in the resources section.
ReinHerit Webinars are aimed at cultural heritage professionals. They will consist of a how to guide for small and medium-sized museum and cultural heritage organizations that documents processes, provides instruction, technical requirements and best practices for co-creation and collaboration between museums and cultural heritage institutions.
The Webinars are organised in the context of the Horizon2020 ReInHerit project, that aspires to disrupt the current status quo of communication, collaboration and innovation exchange between museums and cultural heritage sites, in a sense that it will connect cultural heritage collections and sites, and present Europe’s tangible and intangible heritage to citizens and tourists in their wider historical and geographical contexts. The ReInHerit project is proposing an innovative model of sustainable heritage management, through which a dynamic network will be born; this network comprises cultural heritage professionals, innovation and cultural heritage solution tech experts, researchers, national museums, regional and local museums, and representative managers of Heritage Label sites.
About this webinar:
The operation of museums involves the management of their collections and other assets, which set a number of intellectual property (IP) issues. The seminar will focus on issues pertaining to IP Management and in particular on how museums can be assisted to set up processes to identify, organize, own, create value, license, disseminate and generally deal with and leverage ‘business’ opportunities in relation to content. That means a) effectively protecting their IP assets, b) preventing the infringement of third-party IP rights, and c) disseminating content as they see appropriate.
Irini Stamatoudi is an attorney-at-law and a law professor at the University of Nicosia (Cyprus) specialized in IP and in Cultural Heritage Law. She has acted as the General Director of the Greek National Copyright Office, Ministry of Culture and Sports (2007 - 2018). She holds degrees from the University of Athens (Greece) (LL.B.) and from the University of Leicester (UK) (LL.M. and Ph.D.). She has worked as a copyright expert on various programs in Georgia, Abu Dhabi, Turkey, Egypt, Azerbaijan, etc. She has taught extensively on various academic courses in the UK, Greece, Italy, France, etc. She teaches on WIPO distance learning courses since their inauguration in 2001. She has published thirteen books and dozens of articles. Some of her works are internationally considered works of reference.