Public Domain Month 2020 assessment
Several countries have organized Public Domain Day in the past: a day to celebrate the fact that works are out of copyright. During the Creative Commons Global Summit 2019 in Lisbon the idea was discussed to coordinate and promote (the organisation of) Public Domain Day internationally.
Because it is not achievable to organise this on the same day, the idea was adopted to dedicate the entire month of January to celebrations over the world. In other words:
1. Internationally share ideas and documentation for the events.
2. Support countries with organising the event for the first time.
3. Coordinate international communication about these events.
4. Attract international partners and sponsors.
This survey is to assess international interest in organising the event and to collect contact information of the people willing to contribute to the event. For questions, please contact Sebastiaan ter Burg:
Organisation (if applicable)
Are you (interested in) coordinating a public domain celebration in your country?
Yes, I will be coordinating Public Domain Day in my country.
Yes, I am interested in organising an event, but there are no concrete plans yet.
No, but I would like to help out if someone else is organising it.
No, I am only interested to visit an event.
What would be the best day(s) to organise this in your country?
What would be the best week to organise this in your country?
1st week of January
2nd week of January
3rd week of January
4rd week of January
If you’ve answered YES in question 5, what support would you need to organise this?
Support and ideas for setting up a program for the day.
Support to identify works that will be in the public domain from January 1, 2020 in my country.
Finding a location for the event.
Finding sponsors and/or project partners to organise this event with.
Can we share your contact information with others (people or organisations) inside or outside your country that are interested in or involved in organising Public Domain Day?
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