Institutional Policy on Copyright as a Tool for Copyright Reform in Uganda

Institutional Policy on Copyright as a Tool for Copyright Reform in Uganda

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At the September meeting of the Vice Chancellors’ Forum in Fort Portal, it was resolved that “copyright reform and the evolution of open institutional IP policies should be on the agenda for their next meeting in December at Uganda Christian University.” The Consortium of Ugandan University Libraries (CUUL) was asked to develop a concept paper to guide the discussion. At that meeting, CUUL and other partners highlighted key copyright issues affecting the teaching and research missions of universities in Uganda.