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On Tuesday, November 14th, the Brazilian Delegation to the World Intellectual Property Organization and the Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property will sponsor “Copyright & Education in the Digital Environment: Challenges and Opportunities.”

The event will discuss increasing recognition in both domestic and international copyright reform debates that all creators and users in all countries benefit from copyright systems that are balanced with both author and user rights.

Participants include Daniel Pinto (Ministry of Foreign Relations, Brazil), Sean Flynn (AUWCL), Nikola Wachter (Education International), Allan Rocha (Federal University Rio De Janeiro), Henrique Mota (President of Federation of European Publishers), and Jonathan Band (Library Copyright Alliance).

See the program details here.