Deadline extended for submitting your proposal on Copyright and Advocacy Training

We’re pleased to announce that the deadline for our call for proposals on Copyright and Advocacy Training has been extended until 10 July (extended from 17 March).

KR21 is working on making copyright reform happen. We are working on building a stronger basis of evidence and skills, both for advocacy around copyright-related issues, and a reference for libraries in their own decision-making on the topic. 

Summary of assignment description

Develop and deliver a first-stage training course for librarians, researchers, digital activists, and those working in the educational, research and cultural heritage sectors in Europe (prepared and delivered through online classes and self-study), focusing on copyright and advocacy (where possible drawing on links with library schools, high-quality IP law faculties and experienced advocates, and raising awareness of differences in law across Europe). 

This work should help build more active and sustainable capacity for advocacy around copyright law at the national level. 

Interested? Find out more by downloading our RFP!

Download the RFP on Copyright and Advocacy Training.

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