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Copenhagen Business School (academic institution)


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Collecting Society Projects/Denmark

Roadmap: Direction & Action Plan 2010-2011


  • Maintaining CC Denmark (CC-DEN) to be an active, coherent and well-functioning organization and an active member of the global CC ecosystem.
  • Boosting knowledge of CC-DEN and CC tools in the local/national community through activities such as
    • increasing open licensing awareness among both artists and consumers via various recurring outreach activities,
    • introduce business models based on CC licensing and tools among in particular more established Danish artists,
    • strengthening common knowledge on intellectual property rights (IPR), its strengths and pitfalls as well as taking part in the development of flexible IPR protection,
    • supporting education, training, research & development and other cultural activities,
    • taking actively part in public discourse; being available for the media as well as engage actively in virtual sphere (social media, forums, discussion boards, etc.)
    • international integration through the global system of CC via correspondence and collaboration with other chapters. Primarily in the Scandinavian countries, but also with European chapters and the rest of the world.
  • Provide relevant information about CC-related proceedings in Denmark to CC headquarters.


  • Jan Trzaskowski form the Legal Project Lead in Copenhagen Business School (official affiliate institution).
  • The Public Project Lead is maintained by media professional/web activist Christian Villum and attorney Martin von Haller Grønbæk.
  • Activities and planning furthermore includes a group of additional volunteers.


  • Long term/recurring public events and projects includes
    • the CC Salon Copenhagen, initiated in spring 2010, shall continue biannually in 2011 and beyond. Time permitting, it would be optimal to facilitate that international speakers are also invited to engage with local actors in workshops on (or simply discussing) particular issues.
    • working towards the establishing of more salons across the country. Primarily in Aarhus (second largest city) and eventually also in Odense (third) and Aalborg (fourth).
    • liaising with Danish collecting society KODA (currently Anne Sophie Gersdorff Schrøder) to fine tune collaboration and seek permanent implementation (spring 2011).
    • giving presentations at relevant venues and events on demand (lectures, festivals, schools, think tanks, businesses etc.).
    • extending the group of volunteers surrounding CC DEN in order to increase activity level and create a larger CC community in Denmark
    • where possible, strengthen cooperation with CC Sweden and Society for Free Society and Software (Jonas Öberg) on various ideas from both parties’ idea-pools. Joint fundraising could be an option in this regard.
    • follow-up on continuing dialogue and sessions with Danish public service broadcaster DR (Danmarks Radio) on making a CC-driven pilot project.
  • Short term public events and projects
    • activities pertaining the Some Rights Reserved For Nordic Artists project (instigated by Jonas Öberg of Göteborg University, Sweden) (spring 2011).
    • initiating new spearhead public project featuring renowned Danish author/songwriters (names to be disclosed early 2011). An idea that might develop into a more permanent work group to support the development of content production business models in collaboration with commercial enterprises.


Currently all activities (as described in 3.1-3.2) are funded individually through grants and sponsorships.