GoDown Arts Centre to offer copyright classes

The application deadline is January 12th

The world is changing and so too is the way creative work and intellectual property is protected. The GoDown Arts Centre in Nairobi aims to provide an opportunity for creatives, writers, musicians, artists, journalists, cultural journalists, copyright lawyers and other stakeholders to learn and understand copyright.

The classes dubbed CopyRightX: The GoDown, is a 12-week course based on materials developed by Prof. William Fisher III for CopyrightX at Harvard Law School. As an affiliate, the GoDown Arts Centre offers the course in Kenya free of charge but positions are limited. As such all interested candidates must submit their applications by January 12, 2021.

The classes are set to take place from February 2nd to May 7th. For more details about the classes and how to apply, see here




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