Hello all, My name is Pavlo Kostin, I am an advocacy manager of Wikimedia Ukraine, responsible for freedom of panorama advocacy efforts. Due to the start of the full-fledged invasion of the Russian Federation, we had to suspend our advocacy efforts regarding freedom of panorama in Ukraine. As you can imagine, a copyright reform is not the main focus of legislators now, as there are more urgent issues related to the ongoing war. Wikimedia Ukraine is currently working on making more systemic outreach efforts to get the content distributed online by Ukrainian state institutions, museums and cultural institutions published under free licenses.
We are sure that such efforts were done by others in the Movement before, so we wanted to check if any of them are available to be used as inspiration, or maybe only a translation is needed. We would be grateful if you can share any materials used for facilitating the transfer of the above-listed institutions and partner organizations to free licenses. Among such materials, there might be the instructions outlining steps these institutions should undertake to switch to a relevant license; infographics and presentations for representatives of these institutions to explain the benefits of free licensing for them; explanatory notes etc. We would be glad for any piece of information or advice shared so that we can use it in our advocacy efforts. If you want to contact me privately, reach out to pavlo.kos...@wikimedia.org.ua Thank you! Best regards, Pavlo Kostin Advocacy Manager Wikimedia Ukraine
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