I – Challenges and Opportunities for the Diversity of Cultural Expressions in the Digital Era

A – The Market of Cultural Goods and Services in the Digital Era

  1. Octavio Kulesz – Challenges and Opportunities for Cultural Diversity in the Digital Era (video in English)
  2. Rostam J. Neuwirth – Creative Economy, Technological Convergence and Diversity (video in French)
  3. Yvon Thiec – Cultural Diversity and Digital Technologies: An Evolution of Human Rights? (video in French)
  4. Luis Ferrão – Strengthening Creative Industries with New Technologies (video in French)
  5. Paulo Assis – A Brief Overview of the Evolution of Musical Technology: Promises and Risks for the Diversity of Cultural Expressions (text 1)
  6. Gilson Schwartz – Iconomy, Cultural Diversity, and Ludic Monetization on the Internet of Things (text 2)

B – Law and Policies in the Digital Era

  1. Anne-Thida Norodom – The Stakes of Digital Technologies and International Law (video in French)
  2. Rostam J. Neuwirth – The UNESCO Convention and Future Technologies: A Journey to the Centre of Cultural Law and Policymaking (text 3)
  3. Daniel Alvarez Valenzuela – How to Reconcile the Protection of Authors’ Rights with Access to Diversity (video in Spanish)
  4. Giuliana Kauark & Paula Cruz – Remarks on the Relations between Intellectual Property and Cultural Diversity in Brazil’s Digital Environment: An Analysis of the Civil Framework of the Internet (text 4)
  5. Rémi Gimazane – The Adaptation of Support Policies to the Digital Book Market in France (video in French)
  6. Leandro de Carvalho & Maria de Fátima Rodrigues Makiuchi – The Music PEC: An Analysis of the Lawmakers’ Position: Tax Waiver to the Benefit of Access to Culture or Market Reserve? (text 5)
  7. Justine Martin – The Digital Book and Cultural Diversity: Stakes and Perspectives (text 6)

II – Integrating Digital Technologies in Cultural Policies

A – Evaluating the Diversity of Cultural Expressions Online

  1. Patricia Marenghi, Marina Hernández Prieto & Ángel Badillo – Diversity of the Audio-visual Industry in the Digital Age: The Challenges Entailed in its Measurement (text 7)
  2. Mira Burri – Exposure diversity as a new cultural policy objective in the digital age (text 8)
  3. Heritiana Ranaivoson – The Internet platforms’ impact on the Diversity of Cultural Expressions: to the Long Tail, and beyond! (text 9)

B – Promoting Online Diversity through the Implementation of the CDCE

  1. Pascal Rogard – Is Cultural Diversity Adapted to the Digital Era? (text 10)
  2. Lilian Richieri Hanania – The Convention and the Opportunities and Challenges to its Application Brought about by the New Technologies (video in Portuguese)
  3. Lilian Richieri Hanania – Digital Technologies in the CDCE (video in French)
  4. Michèle Rioux & Kim Fontaine-Skronski – Transversal Operational Guidelines as a Road towards a Diversified Networked Culture (text 11)
  5. Charles Vallerand – Will Digitisation Help Remobilise Civil Society? (text 12)
  6. Pascal Rogard – The CDCE Implementation, Internet and Authors’ Rights (video in French)
  7. Antonios Vlassis – Cooperation between International Organisations for the Implementation of the CDCE in the Digital Age (video in French)
  8. Antonios Vlassis – Inter-organizational networking in the digital age: Lessons from international organizations’ purposes and practices in the cultural sector (text 13)
  9. Toussaint Tiendrébéogo – The promotion of the CDCE in the Digital Era by the International Organisation of La Francophonie (video in French)
  10. Charles Vallerand – The Role of Civil Society in the Promotion of the Convention in the Digital Age (video in French)

III – Initiatives

  1. Gabriela Agustini – “Makerspace” Project (video in Portuguese)
  2. Luis Mauch – “More Differences” Project (video in Portuguese)
  3. Vincent Carelli – “Video in Indigenous Villages” Project (video in Portuguese)
  4. Paule Maillet – “My French Film Festival” (video in Portuguese)
  5. Giselle Dupin – Challenges and Opportunities of the New Technologies for Democracy: The Example of the Pontos de cultura and the Facebook vs. MinC Case (video in Portuguese)
  6. Cristiano Ferri – Hacker Laboratory in Brazil’s Chamber of Deputies (video in Portuguese)
  7. Nísio Teixeira – The Contribution from the Music Collection of Instituto Moreira Sales Site to Diversity. A Case Study: Brazilian Christmas Carols (text 14)
  8. Luis A. Albornoz & Azahara Cañedo – The Audio-visual Technology Hub Programme and TV Diversity in Argentina (text 15)
  9. Gemma Carbó Ribugent & Guillermo Maceiras Gómez – Educational policies and the diversity of cultural expressions in the digital era (text 16)

IV – Interviews

  1. Interview with Luis Ferrão (text in French, text 17)
  2. Interview with Rémi Gimazane (video in French)
  3. Interview with Rostam J. Neuwirth (video in English)
  4. Interview with Lilian Richieri Hanania – Cultural Diversity Online. Between UNESCO, TTIP and net giants (“Kulturelle Vielfalt Online. Im Spannungsfeld zwischen UNESCO, TTIP und Netzgiganten – Interview mit Lilian Richeri Hanania”, in Österreichische UNESCO-Kommission, Jahrbuch 2015/Annual Report 2015, Agnes & Ketterl GmbH, Mauerbach/Vienna, ISBN: 978-3-902379-03-0) (original text in English; also available in Portuguese, text 18)
  5. Interview with Pascal Rogard (video in French)
  6. Interview with Yvon Thiec (video in French)
  7. Interview with Toussaint Tiendrébéogo (video in French)
  8. Interview with Charles Vallerand (video in French)
  9. Interview with Antonios Vlassis (video in French)

V – Additional Material

  1. Antonios Vlassis & Lilian Richieri Hanania – Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions (text in English, text 19)
  2. Lilian Richieri Hanania – Table “WTO Rules and the Sector of Cultural Goods and Services” (text in French, text 20)
  3. Rostam J. Neuwirth – The Information Technology Agreement (ITA) (text in English, text 21)
  4. Lilian Richieri Hanania – Diversity of Cultural Expressions and New Technologies, CEST (original text in Portuguese; also available in English)
  5. Luis A. Albornoz – The Audio-visual Industry on the Internet: homogenisation or cultural diversity? (PowerPoint in Portuguese, text 22)
  6. Lilian Richieri Hanania – Excerpt of the RIJDEC Report “The Renewal of Cultural Exception in the Digital Era”, presented in Mons, Belgium, at the “International Conference in Celebration of the 10th Anniversary of the Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions” on October 25, 2015 (text in French, text 23).
  7. Report of the First Conference on Cultural Diversity and New Technologies, organised on July 2, 2015 in São Paulo by the CEST/USP (original text in Portuguese; also available in English, texts 24 and 25)
  8. Report of the Conference “Cultural Diversity and Digital Technologies: How to Promote the Implementation of the UNESCO Convention on the Diversity of Cultural Expressions, Ten Years after its Adoption”, organised on December 11, 2015 in Rouen by the CUREJ (text in French, text 26)
  9. Report of the Second Conference on Cultural Diversity and New Technologies, organised on May 19, 2016 in São Paulo by the CEST/USP (text in Portuguese and in English, text 27)

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