It’s a free seminar aimed at opening up the debate on Copyright among a wide constituency, which includes academics; legal eagles; creatives; legal, music and media lecturers and students; consumers; rights owners and users. It is not aimed exclusively at Africans or those in the music industry.
BBM/BMC believes that as recent digital and internet opportunities has increased our engagement with, and potential to infringe, copyright, the subject needs a discussion within a forum that positively allows for different viewpoints.
The panel consists of Kienda Hoji (University Of Westminster Commercial Music BA programme director), Saskia Walzel (Consumer Focus policy advocate), Dr Catherine M Lee (IP Kat contributor)
The seminar takes place Friday June 24 from 6.30pm at The Old Cinema in University Of Westminster’
P O Box 14092
London NW10 1WL
June is British Black Music Month
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