This one-day exploratory event seeks to examine the prospect of practising Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in relation to copyright, where similar ideas of corporate social awareness have already applied to other areas of intellectual property protection.
The workshop aims to bring together research in law and business, in order to assess the resilience and normative sufficiency of copyright’s existing legal configurations, and then to reflect on redefining CSR and its practices as alternatives to copyright law. One of the main concerns of these proceedings is the challenge of balancing the economic sustainability of the creative industries with society’s needs to uninhibitedly develop culture through the reuse and reproduction of knowledge and other cultural content.
The event is free and open to anyone with an interest in the described areas, although places are limited and registration in advance is necessary. To register, as well as for any enquiries for this event, please email email@example.com.
|09.30 – 10.00||Registration and coffee|
|10.00 – 10.15||Welcome and opening notes|
|10.15 – 10.45||Charlotte Waelde (University of Exeter) Developing a Cultural Rights Approach to Copyright: What Lessons for Corporate Social Responsibility|
|10.45 – 11.15||Abbe Brown (University of Aberdeen) Culture, Diversity and Power: What Is the Place of Corporate Social Responsibility|
|11.30 – 12.00||Dinusha Mendis (Bournemouth University) Printing the Future: Is there a Need for Regulation? The Copyright Implications of 3D Printing|
|12.00 – 12.30||Rumbi Mukono (Plymouth University) Can Environmental Sustainability Research Assist in any of the Challenges within Culture and Knowledge as an Environment?|
|12.30 – 13.15||Lunch buffet|
|13.15 – 14.30|| Short Presentations Round
Patrick Masiyakurima (University of Aberdeen) Intellectual Property and Corporate Social Responsibility - Is a Marriage Possible?
Hugo De Rijke (Plymouth University) Rights or Righteousness? - Creativity, Inequity and Practicality
Nicolas Jondet (University of Edinburgh) Corporate Social Responsibility and Private Copying Levy Systems
Nicholas Gervassis (Plymouth University) New Technologies and Emerging Dynamics in Culture
|14.45 – 15.45||Roundtable discussion panel|
|15.45 – 16.00||Conclusions and future research|
|16.00 – 17.00||Drinks reception|
Please see the outline of the workshop below for further information.