CCi and Wikimedia Germany in closer collaboration, shared office space

Creative Commons International (CCi) is moving! Leaving our office in Berlin-Mitte, we’ll be moving to Berlin-Schöneberg to share workspace with Wikimedia Germany. Our move builds upon existing collaborations with local Wikimedia projects and the hope of continued support and unified efforts. To date, CCi has teamed up with Wikimedia Serbia, one of the institutional hosts … Read More “CCi and Wikimedia Germany in closer collaboration, shared office space”

Spain's Version 3.0 goes live

Creative Commons Spain and Catalonia has successfully completed its versioning of the ported Creative Commons licensing suite to Version 3.0. The six standard Creative Commons licenses are now legally and linguistically adapted to Spanish law and available in Castilian, Catalan, and Basque, with a Galician translation coming soon and now Galician. CC Spain and Catalonia … Read More “Spain's Version 3.0 goes live”

Regional Workshop in Caucasus Leading CC Projects to First License Drafts

On October 23, CC Legal and Public Project Leads from Armenia, Azerbaijan, and Georgia met in Tbilisi, Georgia for a workshop to discuss the CCi license porting process in their jurisdictions. The workshop was facilitated by representatives of the Eurasia Partnership Foundation (EPF) and Nena Antic, Legal Project Lead from CC Serbia. At the workshop, … Read More “Regional Workshop in Caucasus Leading CC Projects to First License Drafts”

Hong Kong Promotes Education, Creativity with Creative Commons’ 50th Launch Event

On October 25, the launch of the localized licenses in Hong Kong will mark the fiftieth Creative Commons jurisdiction to celebrate the license porting. Creative Commons International (CCi) works to build CC’s free, multilingual licensing system in collaboration with legal experts and professionals around the worldwide. CCi has coordinated fifty jurisdictions to successfully adapt, or … Read More “Hong Kong Promotes Education, Creativity with Creative Commons’ 50th Launch Event”

Hong Kong Promotes Education, Creativity with Creative Commons’ 50th Launch Event

On October 25, the launch of the localized licenses in Hong Kong will mark the fiftieth Creative Commons jurisdiction to celebrate the license porting. Creative Commons International (CCi) works to build CC’s free, multilingual licensing system in collaboration with legal experts and professionals around the worldwide. CCi has coordinated fifty jurisdictions to successfully adapt, or … Read More “Hong Kong Promotes Education, Creativity with Creative Commons’ 50th Launch Event”