Children need to understand the basics of IP. This will help them if they decide to be inventors, artists, designers or musicians of the future.
Every year, on the 26 April, World IP Day is celebrated across the globe. Hosted by the World Intellectual Property Organization, it has a new focus each year. The theme for 2022 is ‘Innovation and Youth’.
Our latest educational resource in partnership with Copyright User, puts copyright and creativity under the magnifying glass of the great detective, Sherlock Holmes.
The latest Online Copyright Infringement (OCI) tracker was released today to mark British IP Day.
Children are spending more time online than ever before and are starting to use technology and engage with social media at an increasingly young age.
The BRIT School for the Performing Arts and Technology is 25 years old. It’s grown up and made a name for itself.
How intellectual property makes literature. This month, 100 years ago in Cardiff, one of the world’s greatest writers of children’s fiction was born.
In today’s connected environment, even very young people are consumers of intellectual property (IP).
It was the pupils in the driving seat for the recent Cracking Ideas competition.
How can you teach young people about the value and importance of copyright?
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