From the event website:

Since 2006, the CC Global Summit has brought together thousands of CC community members, activists, creators, advocates, librarians, educators, lawyers, and technologists from around the world to discuss, collaborate, and take action to make our global culture more open and collaborative…

This year, our CC Summit theme is “AI & the Commons.” As AI technologies become increasingly integral to our communities, our 2023 Summit will be a valuable space to explore its impact on the commons. Whether you’re involved with classic CC topics or have a keen interest in the AI domain, the Summit promises a wide array of enlightening sessions.”

IFLA will be represented at the following sessions:


Traditional Knowledge and Traditional Cultural Expressions in Cultural Heritage Institutions

Brigitte Vézina (Director of Policy and Open Culture, Creative Commons)

Connor Benedict (Open Culture Coordinator, Creative Commons)

Claire McGuire (Cultural Heritage Policy Officer, IFLA)


Artificial intelligence and open culture: promise or peril?

Brigitte Vézina (Director of Policy and Open Culture, Creative Commons)

Matt Voigts (Copyright & OA Policy Officer, IFLA)


Advocacy alliances for a sustainable information environment 

Friday, October 6, 11:00 AM- 12:00 PM

Ana Lazarova (CC Bulgaria | Digital Republic)

Deborah De Angelis (LAWYER, CC Italy Chapter)

Lila Bailey (Senior Policy Counsel, Internet Archive)

Matt Voigts (Copyright & OA Policy Officer, IFLA/Knowledge Rights 21)