Eight open GLAM case studies selected: discover the successful projects and their leaders!

In October 2021, Creative Commons launched a call for case studies on open access in cultural institutions, such as galleries, libraries, archives and museums (GLAMs), from low-capacity, non-Western institutions, or representing marginalized, underrepresented communities from various regions. The aim of the open call was to help generate a more global, inclusive, and equitable picture and … Read More “Eight open GLAM case studies selected: discover the successful projects and their leaders!”

CC Community Spotlight Series: Angela Oduor Lungati, Achal Prabhala and Cecília Olliveira

Giving Tuesday is only a week away! We hope you’ll join us next Tuesday, 30 November in celebrating our Better Sharing, Brighter Future campaign.  We’re trying to raise $100,000 before the end of this year. The good news is every donation up to $30,000 will be matched. Help us reach our goal and double your impact … Read More “CC Community Spotlight Series: Angela Oduor Lungati, Achal Prabhala and Cecília Olliveira”

Open Minds Podcast: *Special Episode* Meet 3 of our CC Global Summit Keynotes

Happy Friday Creative Commoners! There are only 10 more days until this year’s virtual CC Global Summit, on September 20-24. In anticipation of the Summit, we’re doing something a little different in this episode. Pack your bags and prepare for a short (audio) tour around the world, join CC’s Ony Anukem as she speaks to … Read More “Open Minds Podcast: *Special Episode* Meet 3 of our CC Global Summit Keynotes”

Creative Commons and Museu da Imigração: notes on a Brazilian experience

In March we hosted the second Institute for Open Leadership, and in our summary of the event we mentioned that the Institute fellows would be taking turns to write about their open policy projects. I had the privilege of participating in the second Institute for Open Leadership (IOL), held in Cape Town and hosted by … Read More “Creative Commons and Museu da Imigração: notes on a Brazilian experience”