The April highlight of Wiki Loves Living Heritage is the webinar on the Ethics of Open Sharing, created in collaboration between Creative Commons working group on the Ethics of Open Sharing, Wiki Loves Living Heritage, and Wikimedia Culture & Heritage and Let's Connect!
Welcome and introduction
The working group for the Ethics of Open Sharing under Creative Commons' Open Culture Platform has identified some of the tricky ethical considerations regarding the opening up of cultural heritage. This webinar invites to continue these conversations together with wikimedians and Living Heritage experts and networks over the Wiki Loves Living Heritage Campaign year 2023.
Creative Commons Open Culture Program and the working group on the Ethics of Open Sharing • Jocelyn Miyara, Creative Commons Open Culture Manager
Ethical sharing in Wiki Loves Living Heritage • Jorijn Neyrinck and Susanna Ånäs
The panel discusses the tension between copyright and traditional knowledge. In the online space we need to have practices to meet the needs of both protecting and opening.
Melissa Shaginoff • Alaska office of the Arctic Studies Center (Smithsonian)
Shailili Zamora Aray • Centro de Documentación Indígena No'lhametwet
Patricia Adjei • First Nations Arts and Culture director (Australia Council for the Arts)
Mehtab Khan • Wikimedia Initiative on Intermediaries and Information (Yale Law School)
The panel is moderated by Jorijn Neyrinck
Ethical Sharing card deck
The Ethical Sharing card deck will be published at the event. It is based on the observations of the Ethics of Open Sharing working group that have been turned into a card game to encourage attendees to navigate the ethical considerations. The cards are an adaptation of the MOI playing cards, a project by NEMO. The Finnish Heritage Agency has supported the creation of the cards.
Bart Magnus, Isaac Oloruntimilehin • Leads of the Creative Commons working group on the Ethics of Open Sharing
Interpretation in French, Portuguese and Spanish will be provided.
Join the working group on Ethical sharing
Shared understanding between Wiki wisdom and Living Heritage safeguarding wisdom is needed to produce approaches and solutions at the intersection of open sharing and safeguarding of Intangible Cultural Heritage.
Would you like to join a working group to tackle the questions of ethics, intellectual property rights and more throughout the year, and come together when needed for making useful observations and solutions?