Portugal

Creative Commons is working with FCEE-Católica and INTELI to create Portugal jurisdiction-specific licenses from the Unported Creative Commons licenses.

The BY-NC-SA 3.0 license draft adapted to Portuguese law is ready for public discussion. The Poruguese and English versions of the BY-NC-SA license are available, as is a summary of the substantial changes proposed by the legal team to port the licenses to Portuguese copyright law.

If you have comments about the licenses, whether in regards to legal, linguistic or usability issues, please feel welcome to use the wiki’s discussion page or the CC Portugal mailing list to share your thoughts.

CC Portugal List

Project Lead: Pedro Oliveira, José Rui Felizardo, Teresa Nobre, and Clara Boavida

More about Portuguese Affiliates

FCEE-Católica – School of Economics and Management, Universidade Católica Portuguesa

The School of Economics and Management of the Universidade Católica Portuguesa (FCEE-Católica) is a leading management and economics school in Portugal. The school offers undergraduate programs in business and economics, an MBA program, M.Sc. programs in economics and health care management, and a portfolio of about 70 programs in executive education. FCEE-Católica faculty members are also deeply involved in research activities. FCEE-Católica has been evaluated by the European Economic Association as the leading Portuguese institution in terms of publications per faculty member. For more information, refer to www.fcee.ucp.pt.

INTELI – Intelligence in Innovation

INTELI is a private non-profit think tank that promotes intelligence in innovation in areas such as technology and innovation management for the automotive, aerospatiale, energy, biotechnology, regional development and “creative industries”. The Innovation Centre has been supporting public policies and developing strategic consultancy to Ministries, public institutes, R&D institutions and companies. INTELI is actively involved in several national and EU projects aimed at developing “creative cities” or “intelligent cities” across European countries in co-operation with an international network of innovation organisations. For more information, refer to www.inteli.pt.

Acknowledgments

The CC Portugal team would like to like former team member Margarida Faustino Correia for her contributions. Thanks as well is due to UMIC Knowledge Society Agency, former Affiliate Institution, and Pedro Ferreira.  The legal translation of the 2.5 licenses were provided by Filipa Salazar Leite from the law office Simmons & Simmons Rebelo de Sousa.