Influencing copyright law reform and promoting creative commons initiatives among library societies in Uganda

Influencing copyright law reform and promoting creative commons initiatives among library societies in Uganda

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Because Uganda In April 1994 signed the Marrakesh Agreement establishing the World Trade Organisation (WTO), Uganda is required to ensure that her laws and regulations are brought to
conform to the Member States’ obligations under the Agreement.