Now You Can Watch the Keynotes from CC’s 2019 Global Summit
Well this is exciting—all of the keynote talks from CC’s 2019 Global Summit are now online!
We wanted to make sure that the insights shared by the summit’s seven amazing keynote speakers are accessible to people who couldn’t make it to the event, so we’ve uploaded their talks to YouTube and made them available under a CC Attribution license.
So, while you’re sipping your morning coffee, riding the bus to work, or settling down for bed, we encourage you to watch (and share) each of these inspiring keynotes that cover a range of important topics—from decolonizing archives in Palestine to the barriers of copyright reform in Europe.
Watch all of the keynotes through the links below.
- Adele Vrana and Siko Bouterse: “Whose Knowledge?”
- Haggen So: “Open Business Models as an Integrated Part of the Creative Commons Movement”
- James Boyle and Jennifer Jenkins: “A Tale of the Musical Commons: Theft! A History of Music” (Note: This talk is not published on YouTube under a CC license, due to its use of musical recordings)
- Kelsey Merkley: “Horizontal Hostility”
- Majd Al-shihabi: “Archives as Training Grounds for Democracy”
- Natalia Mileszyk: “Overcoming the Sin of Silence: Let’s Start with Basic Questions”
- Sophie Bloeman: “A Shared Digital Europe”
Thank you to all of the keynote speakers for sharing their expertise and for being a crucial part of this year’s summit. To learn more about everything that happened at CC’s 2019 Global Summit, check out our wrap-up blog post.
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