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Knowledge Rights 21 Copyright Advocacy Training

Enrollment is Closed

Welcome to the Knowledge Rights 21 Copyright Advocacy Training!

This training is focused on helping participants cultivate and gain advocacy skills.

This training has the goal of providing participants with an advocacy perspective on copyright issues, particularly with a focus on exceptions and limitations, and open norms.


A prior knowledge on the basics is copyright is desirable, but not mandatory.

Course Staff

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Revekka Kefalea

Project Manager at Inter Alia, and CC Certificate Facilitator (Open Culture Section)

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Ilona Kish

Director, Public Libraries 2030. She has over 20 years of experience as a public interest advocate in Brussels.

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Evelin Heidel

Program Director at Wikimedistas de Uruguay, with a background in copyright training.

Frequently Asked Questions

What web browser should I use?

The Open edX platform works best with current versions of Chrome, Edge, Firefox, Internet Explorer, or Safari.

See our list of supported browsers for the most up-to-date information.

Who is this course for?

    LAM professionals that belong to regional, national or local professional networks, particularly with a focus on promoting access to knowledge.
    Staff and students from LAM schools with an interest in copyright advocacy.
    Professionals and activists that have an interest in improving access to information through promoting open access, advocating for copyright reform, among other strategies.