Promotion of the use of copyright

Colombie
Quand
2017
Qui
National Direction of Copyright, DNDA (for its acronym in Spanish)
Objectifs clefs de la mesure:

Training and virtual courses of the Special Administrative Unit National Direction of Copyright

  • To provide informal education on copyright and its application in the different sectors of the creative and cultural industries, as established in Section 5.8 of Decree 4904 of 2009 of the Ministry of National Education. Directed to authors and other stakeholders in said industries.
  • To provide accurate knowledge of the existing legal framework on copyright and related rights at the national and international level.
  • To foster capacities and institutional reinforcement by providing virtual and face-to-face nation-wide training on the general aspects of copyright and related rights, collective management corporations and registration of works and contracts to concerned stakeholders: copyright holders, users, private and public organizations, universities, among others. 

National Administrative System of Intellectual Property

To coordinate state and private actions to achieve an adequate level of protection, use and promotion of intellectual property rights, increasing their impact on the competitiveness and productivity of the country, while maintaining a balance between diverse components: the rights of holders, the public interest, the interests of the users of knowledge, protected assets and national cultural wealth.    

Périmètre de la mesure:
National
Nature de la mesure:
institutional
Principale caractéristique de la mesure:

Virtual Training and Courses 

These activities deal with the generalities of copyright in the cultural and creative industries, and with the resolution of disputes arising from copyright and related rights.

National Administrative System of Intellectual Property

1. To coordinate and guide the SANPI (National Administrative System of Intellectual Property) and the common policies of the agencies that are part of the SANPI and its implementation, in order to achieve an adequate level of protection, use and promotion of intellectual property rights, increasing the impact of those policies on the competitiveness and productivity of the country, with a balance between the rights of the holders, the public interest, the interests of the users of knowledge, protected assets and national cultural wealth.

3. To promote measures aimed at achieving a better user experience and access to the existing information in the SANPI.

4. To coordinate the initiatives and actions of the agencies that make up the SANPI and to foster their interrelation with the private sector and civil society.

5. To articulate the actions of the agencies that make up the SANPI and seek that they take an official government stance on the issues within their competence.

6. To evaluate the impact of intellectual property policies on the competitiveness and productivity of the country and on the holders and users of intellectual property rights, without interfering in the functions of each agency in these matters.

7. To support the National Administrative System of Foreign Policy and International Relations in its objective of creating a transversal, efficient and long-term vision in the field of intellectual property in the international sphere.

8. To propose mechanisms for the articulation of the SANPI and the National Administrative System of Competitiveness for the execution of policies and strategies in the field of intellectual property, in areas such as the adaption and implementation of these policies and strategies in the regions.

Résultats attendus de la mise en œuvre de la mesure:

A sizeable participation is expected from those people who are working in or are preparing to enter the sectors whose issues are addressed in both the training and in the virtual courses. It is expected that the number of training sessions, workshops and seminars offered each year will increase, with measures that will help increase the number of participants. In the area of virtual courses, it is hoped that they will keep to pertinent and updated information, according to the social, economic, political and technological changes that influence the development of the copyright industries.

In the medium term, measures will be implemented to accompany the development of the training offered by the organization. Further dissemination of the agency's informal educational offer through agreements and other strategies with public and private institutions is also expected.

National Administrative System of Intellectual Property

According to Decree 1162 of 2010, the goal is to achieve an adequate level of protection, use and promotion of intellectual property rights, increasing their impact on the competitiveness and productivity of the country, with a balance between the rights of holders, the public interest, the interests of knowledge users, protected assets and national cultural heritage.

Ressources financières allouées à la mise en œuvre de la mesure:

Regarding the training offered by the National Directorate of Copyright, DNDA, it is done in the facilities of that agency. Travel expenses and other costs related to the development of training activities are paid by the companies requesting that service. On the other hand, the DNDA virtual courses have been outsourced. For their implementation, a budget projection was made per year of:

2012: $71.737,21 USD

2013: $19.427,47 USD

2014: $61.227,18 USD

2015: $44.981,38 USD

2016: $65.291,81 USD

Objectif(s) de la Convention 2005 de l'UNESCO
Domaine(s) culturel(s)
Multi-domaine
Chaîne de valeur culturelle
Création
Distribution