Knowledge Rights 21 (KR21)

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Knowledge Rights 21 logo — twenty-first Century Access to Culture, Learning & Research.

The programme Knowledge Rights 21 (KR21) is focused on bringing about changes in legislation and practice across Europe that will strengthen the right of all to knowledge. It is built on a conviction that knowledge is essential for education, innovation and cultural participation, and that everyone should have the possibility - in particular through libraries, archives and digitally - to access and use it.

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Copyfright? Why we need to take the fear out of copyright

Copyright may be far away from many people’s minds when celebrating Halloween, certainly at least when it comes to shocks or excitement. However, fear is arguably a key driver of the way that we work with copyright, both in applying it on a day-to-day basis, and in approaching it as a subject for advocacy.…

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