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Introducing CC Panama!

It’s been a long journey for CC Panama! As our newest official global community member, they have been growing their organization since 2014 and have emerged as a leading voice in the Central American knowledge commons. Their work spans many of the Creative Commons program areas, including open education, arts and culture, and advocacy. The … Read More “Introducing CC Panama!”

Announcing the official Polish translation of the CC 4.0 License

For a summary of the changes to the 4.0 license in Polish, please see this post. We are thrilled to announce our official translation of 4.0 into Polish. The translation process was time-consuming (Polish is a tricky language, believe us), but now all Polish speakers can benefit from the 4.0 licenses in their national language. … Read More “Announcing the official Polish translation of the CC 4.0 License”

Curtain up on HowlRound, the theater knowledge commons

HowlRound was founded five years ago as the “knowledge commons” for the theater community to better include the voices of artists and creators working for inclusivity. The HowlRound organizers we interviewed, Jamie Gahlon, Vijay Mathew, Adewunmi Oke, and Ramona Ostrowski, exemplify the concept of the commons through their commitment to community action, creative output, and creating meaningful, … Read More “Curtain up on HowlRound, the theater knowledge commons”

Awesome Fund workshop to promote national culture and language in the Buryat Republic of Russia

This year, Creative Commons is running our first Awesome Fund, a series of small grants to promote the activities of our global community.  In October, CC Mongolia ran a workshop to promote national culture and language in the Buryat Republic of Russia as part of their Awesome Fund grant. A full report on their activities can be … Read More “Awesome Fund workshop to promote national culture and language in the Buryat Republic of Russia”