The CC Certificate aims to increase our global community’s expertise in open licensing and awareness of our shared, digital commons. Our first goal is to train at least one person interested in open licensing in every country and territory, around the world. So far, we have CC Certificate graduates from 44 countries and counting!
One way to bring the CC Certificate to more people is through the Certificate scholarship program, which launched with 18 scholarships in 2019. I’m pleased to announce we’ve awarded 28 scholarships in 2020 to our CC Global Network members who are passionate about developing their open licensing expertise and contributing to our vibrant global community.
While we prioritize offering scholarships to CC Global Network members, anyone is welcome to join the network (it’s free).
This year, scholarship recipients hail from 25 countries: Algeria, Argentina, Australia, Bangladesh, Benin, Brazil, Chile, Finland, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Mexico, Nepal, Netherlands, Nigeria, Portugal, Rwanda, Slovenia, South Africa, Taiwan, Tanzania, Tunisia, Uruguay, and Venezuela.
Please welcome the following CC Certificate scholarship recipients!
Algeria: Hanae Lrhoul
Argentina: Maximiliano Marzetti
Australia: Prodip Roy
Bangladesh: Mohammed Galib Hasan
Benin: Adebayo Fawaz Ludovic Tairou
Brazil: Chico Venancio
Chile: Werner Westermann
Finland: Susanna Ånäs
Ghana: Felix Nartey
India: Omshivaprakash Hodigere Lakshmeshvaradavaru
India: Savithri Singh
Indonesia: Dian Eka Indriani
Kenya: Hildah Nyakwaka
Mexico: Ken Bauer
Nepal: Kshitiz Khanal
Netherlands: Sebastiaan ter Burg
Nigeria: Felix Olakulehin
Portugal: Teresa Cardoso
Rwanda: Boris Bahire Kabeja
Slovenia: Maja Bogataj Jančič
South Africa: Derek Moore
South Africa: Kathryn Kure
South Africa: Wynand van der Walt
Taiwan: Rock Hung
Tanzania: Hamis Juma
Tunisia: Sami Mlouhi
Uruguay: Ileana Silva
Venezuela: Jose Luis Mendoza