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Authors’ rights in South America

Professor Andy Pratt has been commissioned by the Caribbean and Latin American Authors’ Rights Society (CERLALC) to write a series of articles about the cultural and creative industries. The series of six papers, which are being published monthly over the next 6 months on the CERLALC cultural observatory web pages (in Spanish) cover a range of issues from definitions, policy making, economic transformation, local capacity building and social impacts.

The overall objective is to inform content originators – artists, writers, and musicians – about the implications of the changing relationships between the cultural and creative industries and copyright and intellectual property rights, the future challenges likely to confront them, and possible responses.

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