[Open-education] right to education in the global south: meet Mikhail Volchak

peter jones h2cmng at yahoo.co.uk
Mon Aug 22 21:56:56 UTC 2016

Dear Cable, Mikhail and All,
If it helps I can post this item on my blog and f/w to two lists - HIFA and community informatics where it should also be very relevant?(I am travelling tomorrow to Stockholm so there may be a bit of a delay in actioning the above.)
Kind regards, Peter JonesCommunity Mental Health NurseCMHT BrooksideAughton StreetOrmskirk L39 3BH, UK+44 01772 773770& Graduate Student - Lancaster University: Technology Enhanced LearningBlogging at "Welcome to the QUAD"http://hodges-model.blogspot.com/http://twitter.com/h2cm

      From: Cable Green <cable at creativecommons.org>
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Cc: Mikhail Volchek <fannrm at gmail.com>
 Sent: Monday, 22 August 2016, 22:50
 Subject: [Open-education] right to education in the global south: meet Mikhail Volchak
Greetings Open Education Friends:

I’d like to introduce Mikhail Volchak.He is a researcher at Essex University (UK) and is a member of CreativeCommons Belarus.  Mikhail is working on his masters dissertation re: the right to education in the Global South and how traditional copyright is inhibiting access. He is trying to connectwith people working on similar topics.

Mikhail asked that I forward this note: --------------- I make research about right toeducation in the global South. The main points it will reveal: (1) what barriers are created by copyright on access to learning material; (2) what tools from international Human Right law can be used for protecting the access and (3) what are pluses and minuses of existing solutions.

I would like to communicate with researchers, activists, teachers, librarians from or who works with the issue in developing countries. ---------------- I also suggested, to Mikhail, that he might join: http://go-gn.net
... and connect with the researchers at: http://roer.cemca.org.in/

Thank you for connecting with Mikhail at: fannrm at gmail.com

Warmest regards, Cable -- 

Cable Green, PhD
Director of Open Education
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