Copyright and libraries: why it is important to stay informed, 2nd session in Portuguese
2014 Webinar Series for Latin America and the Caribbean
11 November 2014
Participate in an online series of five sessions (in Portuguese and in Spanish) lead by copyright experts presenting an overview of the situation in Latin America and the Caribbean, recent developments and current issues. In addition, we will learn why it is important for librarians to stay informed about these relevant library issues.
Session coordinator: Sueli Mara S. P. Ferreira – IFLA LAC; USP
Spanish moderator: María Juliana Soto – Prensa Fundación Karisma, Colombia
Portuguese moderator: José Eduardo Santarem Segundo – Universidad de São Paulo, Brasil
Speaker: Cristiana Gonçalez.
Topic: The international debate between copyright and librarians
About de speaker: Researcher and PhD student in International Relations at the University of São Paulo (USP). Masters in Sociology (USP). Researcher in the areas of copyright and privacy, six years in GPOPAI- Group Public Policy Research on Access to Information in the Faculty of Letters and Human Sciences of USP. Follows negotiations on copyright and patents of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) as representative of the Civil Society Coalition (CSC), an international coalition of consumer rights, public interest and defense in developing countries. She was technical adviser of the Internet Steering Committee in Brazil (CGI.br). She is a member of the Brazilian Committee on Copyright and Open Access of the Brazilian Federation of Library Associations, Information Scientists and Associates (FEBAB).
Time: 2 PM (Brasilia, UTC/GMT -2)
ACCESS: Everyone can access the webinar online
Duration: 1 hour, we will dedicate 20 minutes, after the presentations, for questions and answers
Last update: 2 October 2015