VI Congress of Author’s Right and the Public Interest

Registrations are open to the VI Congress of Author’s Right and the Public Interest (VI CODAIP), which will happen between 8th and 9th October in Curitiba.

Those interested in presenting papers should send their work until August 20 for the e-mail

The event, open to the public, aims to stimulate a critical view about the legal, social, cultural and economic aspects of intellectual property, and promote discussion on the effectiveness of current legislation in the information society.

The theme of the works that will be selected in this 6th edition are topics that have been the subject of extensive discussion in Brazil and abroad in the area of ​​copyright, specifically:

Copyright – Innovation and Knowledge

Copyright and New Technologies of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT’s)

Copyright and Cultural Diversity

Copyright and Social Function

Copyright and Digital Collections

Copyright and Access to Culture

Copyright and Digital Culture

Copyright and Human Dignity

Copyright and Competition Law

Copyright and Consumer Law

Copyright and Fundamental Rights

Copyright and Public Domain

Copyright and Creative Economy

Copyright and artistic expressions

Copyright and the Internet

Copyright and Creative Freedom

Copyright and Non-Voluntary License

Copyright and new business models

Copyright and Term of Protection

Copyright and Digitalization Process

Copyright and Information Society

Copyright and Creative Transformation

Copyright on the international stage

The VI CODAIP is an international conference and will feature speakers from several countries. Among them are already confirmed teachers José de Oliveira Ascensão (Portugal), Dario Vicente Moura (Portugal), Guillermo Palao Moreno (Spain), Francisco Sierra Cabalero (Spain), Pedro Miguel Asensio (Spain), Valentina Delich (Argentina), Sean Flynn (United States) and Edna Duisenberg (Norway – the head of the Creative Economy Programme of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development – UNCTAD).

Entries are free and can be made by site until October 5.

The Congress of Author’ Right and the Public Interest is promoted by the Study Group on Author’s Right and Information (GEDAI). The main objective of GEDAI is to study the Intellectual Property in the Information Society.

More information by phone             (48) 3721-6746      , by e-mail address or