[Open-education] UN Human Right Council: CC license recommendation: Copyright policy and the right to science and culture

Cable Green cable at creativecommons.org
Thu Mar 19 05:02:10 UTC 2015

Good news!

The United Nations Human Right Council states it is important to * "promote
cultural and scientific participation by encouraging the use of open
licences, such as those offered by Creative Commons."*


Upper left corner - click on "E" for *E*nglish, *F*rench, *S*panish, *C*hinese,
*A*rabic, *R*ussian: left of: "Copyright policy and the right to science
and culture"


Search on "Creative Commons" to find the multiple mentions of and
recommendations for open licensing.

113: "Public and private universities and public research agencies
should adopt policies to promote open access to published research,
materials and data on an open and equitable basis, especially through
the adoption of Creative Commons licences."


*PS - special thanks to Mats Brenner in Sweden for sharing this report...*


Cable Green, PhD
Director of Global Learning
Creative Commons
@cgreen <http://twitter.com/cgreen>
*reuse, revise, remix, redistribute** & retain*

*State of the Commons Report https://stateof.creativecommons.org/report
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