July 17, 2020 News

Update on the 2019 grant beneficiaries

Centrum Cyfrowe – Circulation of Digital Culture


Centrum Cyfrowe – Circulation of Digital Culture What kind of works are available for free, legal use on the internet? This is the question that the #NoWorries campaign hopes to answer, promoting materials that are in the public domain and available through Creative Commons copyright licences.

Music and films are just some of the works available for free and legal use – you can copy and modify them to create your own works. There’s no need to worry about breaking the law. As the campaign slogan says: ‘#NoWorries – Completely Legal.’
As part of the campaign, original photo filters will be debuted under the hashtag #ZeroWasteCulture. They’ll be available on Instagram from July. The filters are made of works available in the public domain, sourced from The National Museum in Warsaw and the National Gallery of Denmark.

Find out more here.


LegalAid - IPR2Youth


The IPR2Youth project aims to stimulate respect for the IP rights of inventors, creators, and artists among young EU citizens and their grown-up relatives.

The idea is to raise awareness about the benefits of protecting IP and the damage caused by infringing IP rights through the involvement of appropriate key influencers and leverage partners.

The project plans to provide a set of informational materials on IPR and to organise media campaigns using news agencies and TV stations. Some of these materials are being published regularly on the project’s Bulgarian Facebook page.

The project’s website contains some information about the different IPRs that could be connected to certain widely used objects, for example, books.



Camera di Commercio Terni – IPPI – IP, PLAY WITH IT


The IPPI – IP, PLAY WITH IT project, coordinated by Terni’s Chamber of Commerce (IT), in partnership with the ICT Training Centre for Innovation (ES), is targeting young people aged between 13 and 19 from Italian and Spanish secondary schools and their teachers.

It aims to familiarise them with, and raise their awareness of, the role of intellectual property in supporting healthy business and consumer environments through active involvement in the implementation of the project’s activities and products.

More information on the IPPI project is available at:, and


DECO – Brain Ideas 2.0


Brain Ideas 2.0 aims to increase the awareness and knowledge of children and young people about the importance of protecting IP and the implications of infringement, but also to motivate and empower teachers and future teachers to bring IP into the classroom, as part of the student’s transversal skills or their citizenship education.

Teachers will receive training to manage the online boardgame with questions in Portuguese on three IP categories. Future teachers will participate in regional conferences to gain knowledge about IP and to learn to use gamification as an educative tool.

The game will also be available to youngsters and families looking for educational entertainment.

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