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IGF 2020 BPF Local content: Initial survey

In 2020, the IGF Best Practice Forum on Local Content intends to focus on how to protect, preserve and remunerate creative work and collective wisdom in order to create a sustainable model for the production, distribution and local fruition of local content in the digital age. This may involve intellectual ownership rights, communities' intellectual property rights, ownership of national or community identifiers of natural resources, protection of creative works and so on. (More details are available in our work plan.) As we start the work, we would like to:

  • (a) understand how the community could contribute to the BPF;
  • (b) collect recommendations for good practices to include in the BPF work; and
  • (c) collect suggestions for organisations and individuals who could contribute to the BPF work.

For these purposes, we kindly invite you to take this short survey by 24 June.


IGF 2020 Best Practice Forum on Local Content: Initial survey

 

About you (should you be willing to share this information)
You are welcome to remain anonymous should you prefer to do so.
As indicated in the work plan, the BPF intends to focus on how to protect, preserve and remunerate creative work and collective wisdom in order to create a sustainable model for the production, distribution and local fruition of local content in the digital age. This may involve intellectual ownership rights, communities' intellectual property rights, ownership of national or community identifiers of natural resources, protection of creative works and so on.
Please try to be specific in your response. Where possible, provide links where we can find more details about the examples you provide.
Please provide links or documents relevant for the discussion.

Contact Information

United Nations
Secretariat of the Internet Governance Forum (IGF)

Villa Le Bocage
Palais des Nations,
CH-1211 Geneva 10
Switzerland

igf [at] un [dot] org
+41 (0) 229 173 411