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ABC Copyright 2020 Fall Speaker Series: The 'Might' of Indigenous Collective Copyright: Treaty Rights and Treating Right
Date
2020-11-04
Main contributor
Thomas, Drew
Summary
Indigenous Collective Copyright in Canada is largely uncharted territory. Mapping this landscape requires the implementation of collective copyrights through interpreting treaty rights to produce a viable collective copyright approach. This session explores the recommendations included in the INDU copyright review committee combined with international case studies and alternative right interpretations to provide a suggested path by which such rights could be interpreted.

A presentation as a part of the ABC Copyright 2020 Fall Speaker Series, hosted by the University of Alberta Copyright Office.
Contributors
Kemmer, Kimberley; Sheppard, Adrian; Langrell, Kate
Subjects
Indigenous Copyright; Copyright; Author Rights; Traditional Arts; Treaty Rights; Cultural Expression; Traditional Knowledge; Collective Copyright
Genres
Talk; Question and Answer Session
Language
English
License / Terms of Use
Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International (CC BY-NC 4.0)
Collection
ABC Copyright Conference 2020 - Fall Speaker Series
Unit
Default Unit
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