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The organizers of this Bolivia-based project very much hope that its methods and materials will help spark other conversations, and we would be delighted to hear about them.   We warmly invite you adapt the materials from these resource pages for your own use, but please acknowledge the source. Most of the materials relating to the workshop and that appear on the website are available for download below on this page as PDF or word documents. Also included, are a series of Spanish language radio programmes that we created for the project’s dissemination in Bolivia (for details of this aspect of the project, please see the Dissemination page).


Audio Segments from Alta-PI on the Workshop Coroico 2012:

The following audio segments, ranging from 6 to 8 minutes in duration, explain in Spanish some of the issues from the workshop Coroico 2012.   They are designed as brief interludes to be used on radio stations or for internet listening.   We hope people will use these files in their own contexts and stimulate further discussions on these topics. These productions are not available in English.

Episode 1: Introduces the overall project.

Episode 2: Discusses how the workshop Coroico 2012 was organized.

Episode 3: Explains “Alta-PI” (Alternatives to Intellectual Property)

Episode 4: Discusses copyright.

Episode 5: Discusses alternatives like CopyLeft and Creative Commons.

Episode 6: Discusses some issues about piracy.

Episode 7: Discusses how protocols work.

Episode 8: Takes up heritage debates.

Episode 9: Reviews the themes that emerged at the round table discussion at MUSEF.

Episode 10: Details some of the conclusions of the workshop Coroico 2012.  

These episodes were designed, produced and presented by Juan Carlos Cordero and Bernardo Rozo, and edited in the studio of Juan Carlos Cordero.


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