National Workshops / Seminars

 

 For effective utilisation and dissemination of the Asian Copyright Handbook, ACCU started in 2005 to hold national workshops to draft local versions and make necessary additions to suit local situations and needs. Copyright awareness seminars with presentations by international experts are also conducted along with the workshop.



National Workshop on Copyright in Viet Nam (Hanoi), Mar. 2005

National Workshop on Copyright in Myanmar (Yangon), Sep. 2005

National Workshop on Copyright in Indonesia (Jakarta), Jan. 2006

Seminar on Copyright in China (Beijing), May 2006

 National Workshop on Copyright in Mongolia (Ulaanbaatar), Oct. 2006

 National Workshop on Copyright in Bangladesh (Dhaka), Nov. 2007

 National Training Seminar on Copyright Awareness in Cambodia
     (Phnom Penh), Oct. 2008


National Workshop for the Production and Utilisation of the Vietnamese Version of "Asian Copyright Handbook"

ACCU, Kim Dong Publishing House and Copyright Office of Viet Nam jointly organized the 'National Workshop for the Production and Utilisation of the Vietnamese Version of Asian Copyright Handbook' in Hanoi, Viet Nam, from 15 to 18 March 2005.

Outline of the workshop

Report


Chapter I: Introduction and Proceedings

Chapter II: Reports and Presentations
1. ACCU Activities and Workshop Orientation
by Ms. OHNUKI Misako

2. UNESCO Copyright Activities by Ms. Petya Totcharova

3. Viet Nam's Legal Framework for Copyright and Neighboring Rights by Mr. Vu Manh Chu




4. Copyright System in Japan by Mr. YAMATO Atsushi

5. Increasing the Effectiveness of Public Administration System for Copyright Protection in Viet Nam by Mr. Vu Manh Chu

6. Copyright Issues in the Global Publishing Business
by Ms. Sibylle Le Maire

7. Some Thoughts on Copyright in Today's Publication by Mr. Nguyen Huy Thang

8. Copyright Business Practices of Japanese Publishers by Mr. DOMON Yasuo

Chapter III: Group Work

ANNEX: General Information, Workshop Programme, List of Participants, Opening Speeches, Photographs

National Workshop for Copyright Awareness and Production and Utilization of Myanmar Version of "Asian Copyright Handbook"
Yangon, Myanmar, 7-9 September 2005

ACCU and Myanmar Writers and Journalists Association (MWJA) jointly organized the 'National Workshop for Copyright Awareness and Production and Utilisation of the Myanmar Version of Asian Copyright Handbook' in Yangon, Myanmar, from 7 to 9 September 2005.

Outline of the workshop

-Final Report-


Chapter I: Introduction and Proceedings

Chapter II: Reports and Presentations
1. ACCU Activities and Workshop Orientation
by Ms. Ohnuki Misako

2. UNESCO Copyright Activities
by Ms. Petya Totcharova presented by MWJA

3. Copyright for Creators and Copyright in Asian Countries
by Ms. Caroline Morgan

4. Copyright in Myanmar since 1914 by U Khin Maung Win



5. Friends or Enemies? On the Relationship between Authors and Publishers by Mr. Daiki Tetsuro

6. Problems and Prospects of Copyrights in Myanmar Today by U Kyaw Zaw Naing

Chapter III: Group Work

ANNEX: General Information, Workshop Programme, List of Participants, Opening Speeches, Photographs

National Seminar and Workshop for Copyright Awareness and Production and Utilisation
of Indonesian Version of "Asian Copyright Handbook"

Jakarta, Indonesia, 23-26 January 2006

ACCU and Indonesian Book Publishers Association jointly organised the National Seminar and Workshop for Copyright Awareness and Production and Utilisation of the Indonesian Version of 'Asian Copyright Handbook' from 23 to 26 January 2006, in Jakarta.

Outline of the workshop

Copyright Bulletin, UNESCO

-Final Report-


Chapter I: Introduction and Proceedings

Chapter II: Reports and Presentations
1. International Protection of Copyright and Related Rights
by Ms. Petya Totcharova

2. Law Supremacy against Piracy in the Field of Recording which Has Become a Very Serious Problem in Indonesia
by Mr. Tantowi Yahya

3. Intellectual Property Rights and Book Publishing
by Ms. Caroline Morgan

4. Publishing and Copyright in Today's Digital Age
by Ms. DAIRAKU Mitsue




5. Enforcement and Promotion of Copyright; Japanese Experience
by Ms. DAIRAKU Mitsue

6. How to Educate People in Copyright Awareness
by Dr. Satrio Soemantri Brodjonegoro

7. ACCU Activities in Copyright
by Ms. SASAKI Mariko

8. Author Experience in Malaysia
by Mr. Karim Raslan

Chapter III: Group Work

ANNEX: General Information, Programme Schedule, List of Participants and Organisers, Keynote Speech, Opening Addresses, Photographs

Seminar on Copyright Protection
in China (Beijing)
, 30-31 May 2006

ACCU and National Copyright Administration of China (NCAC) jointly organised the 'Seminar on Copyright Protection in the Digital Environment' in Beijing, China, on 30 and 31 May 2006.

Outline of the seminar

-Final Report-

Chapter I: Introduction and Proceedings

Chapter II: Reports and Presentations
1. Copyright in the Digital Environment
by Ms. Petya TOTCHAROVA

2. The Updated Legislations on Copyright Protection
by Mr. GUO Shoukang

3. International Treaties and Conventions Responding to Digital Environment
by Ms. GAO Hang



4. Several New Topics of Digital Copyright
by Ms. NOGUCHI Yuko

5. Throttle the Intellectual Property Criminal Infringement
by Mr. WANG Zhiguang

6. Use of the Works under the Digital Environment and the Collective Management of Copyright
by Mr. TANG Guangliang

7. Development and Copyright Execution of Contents Distribution Industry in Japan
by Mr. WEI Feng

ANNEX : General Information, Programme Schedule, Opening Addresses, Photographs,
References ("Impact of Digital Technology on Copyright and Related Rights and the WIPO Copyright Treaty (WCT) and the WIPO Performances and Phonograms Treaty (WPPT)" by International Bureau of WIPO, "Several Issues with Copyright Protection on the Internet" by TANG Guangliang)

National Workshop for Copyright Awareness and Production and
Utilisation of the Mongolian Version of "Asian Copyright Handbook"

Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, 5-7 October 2006

ACCU, Mongolian National Commission for UNESCO and Intellectual Property Office of Mongolia jointly organised a National Workshop for Copyright Awareness and Production and Utilisation of the Mongolian Version of 'Asian Copyright Handbook' from 5 to 7 October 2006, in Ulaanbaatar.

Outline of the workshop


-Final Report-

Chapter I: Introduction and Proceedings

Chapter II: Reports and Presentations
1. UNESCO's Copyright Activities and Mongolia
by Dr. Norov URTNASAN

2. International Protection of Copyright and Related Rights -UNESCO Copyright Activities
by Ms. Beatrice KALDUN

3. ACCU and its Activities in Copyright
Ms. SASAKI Mariko

4. What is Copyright I - Works, Rights and Ownership
by Ms. Caroline MORGAN

5. What is Copyright II - Use of and Access to Copyright Works
by Ms. Caroline MORGAN

6. Collective Management of Copyright and Neighbouring Rights
by Ms. Caroline MORGAN

7. Copyright and Related Rights Law
by Ms. Erdenebayar MYAGMARDORJ

8. Issues of Mongolia's Copyright Protection
by Mr. Tseden-Ish SHINEBAYAR

9. Parent of Many Children:
  The Relationship between Author and Publisher and their Mutual Obligations
by Ms. Jane PALFREYMAN

10. Copyright and the Technological Development
by Mr. OKAMOTO Kaoru

11. Copyright Education and Promotional Activities in Japan
by Mr. TANAKA Kentaro

12. Situation of Copyright Awareness Education and Promotional Activities in Mongolia
by Ms. Dashpuntsag ERDENECHIMEG

13. Follow-up Activities of ACCU Workshops in Other Asian Countries
by Ms. SASAKI Mariko

Chapter III: Group Work

ANNEX: General Information, Programme Schedule, List of Participants, Opening Addresses, Photographs

National Seminar and Workshop on Copyright Awareness and Production and Utilisation of "Asian Copyright Handbook"
Dhaka, Bangladesh, 20-22 November 2007

ACCU, the Copyright Office, Dhaka, Bangladesh, Academic and Creative Publishers Association of Bangladesh and the Agency for Cultural Affairs of Japan jointly organized the Seminar and Workshop. Eight speakers from Australia, India, Japan and Bangladesh provided lectures to about 80 local participants including administrators, publishers, writers, musicians, journalists, etc. In group work sessions, around 60 selected participants discussed issues on copyright and promotion of copyright awareness from various perspectives.



-Final Report-

Chapter I: Introduction and Proceedings

Chapter II: Reports and Presentations
1. Asian Copyright Handbook and Seminar Orientation
by Ms. SASAKI Mariko

2. Introduction to Copyright (A, B)
by Ms. Caroline MORGAN

3. New Bangladesh Copyright Law and Scenario
by Mr. Mohiuddin AHMED

4-1. Copyright Enforcement in Bangladesh
by Mr. Abdul Awal HAWLADER

4-2. Copyright Enforcement in the Music Industry of Bangladesh
by Mr. Sheikh Sadi KHAN and Mr. Mohammad Nurul HUDA

4-3. Activities of CJ Mark Committee to Cope with Copyright Infringement
by Mr. NAGANO Yukuo

5. Relationship between Author and Publisher with regard to Copyright
by Mr. Sukumar DAS

6-1. Awareness Raising and Training
by Ms. Caroline MORGAN

6-2. Copyright Awareness and Training in Japan
by Mr. TANAKA Kentaro

6-3. Awareness Raising and Training of Copyright in Bangladesh
by Mr. Aftabuddin Khan

Chapter III: Group Work

ANNEX: General Information, Programme Schedule, List of Participants, Opening Addresses, Photographs

National Training Seminar on Copyright Awareness,
Phnom Penh, Kingdom of Cambodia, 8-10 October 2008

ACCU and the Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts of the Kingdom of Cambodia co-organised "National Training Seminar on Copyright Awareness" in Phnom Penh in co-operation with UNESCO, funded by the Agency for Cultural Affairs of Japan. More than 70 participants including local copyright administration officers, publishers, creators, competent authority institutes, private companies, composers, performers, legislative lecturers from universities and NGOs attended the seminar. Local and international experts from Australia, Japan and Malaysia gave lectures. In the sessions, participants learned essential points in their copyright law and eagerly shared issues and problems.



-Final Report-

Chapter I: Introduction and Proceedings

Chapter II: Plenary Session Presentations
1. ACCU Activities in Copyright and Seminar Orientation
by Ms. SASAKI Mariko

2. Introduction to Copyright
by Ms. Caroline MORGAN

3. Copyright Law in Cambodia - Rights of Reproduction
by Mr. SIM Sarak

4. Enforcement of Copyright under Cambodian Law
by Professor Dr. KHAW Lake Tee

5. The Japanese Way! Relationships between Authors and Publishers in the Context of Developing Works into Diverse Forms
by Mr. DAIKI Tetsuro

6. Outline of Copyright System in Japan and Issues Copyright Law Faces
by Mr. WATANABE Harumi

7. Challenges, Benefits and Opportunities in Establishing a Collective Management (Government's Perspective)
by Mr. VAR Rothsan

Chapter III: Group Works

ANNEX: General Information, Programme Schedule, List of Participants, Opening Addresses, Photographs


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