Good Practices

The following good practices were collected, evaluated and edited during the development of the LEARN-IP training. They are included in the LEARN-IP training modules, which are accessible via the training platform: . However, it turned out that the learners and also interested parties showed particular interest in the good practices and asked to receive them in a separate catalogue. Here they are:

Good practices of intellectual property rights in the cultural heritage sector and in cultural tourism are not very easy to identify. As a rule, registered property rights – insofar as they exist at all – are usually not publicly identified. Moreover, the number of corresponding registered property rights is not very high, because this kind of protection is far from being a matter of course in dealing with assets in cultural heritage and cultural tourism.

For this reason, the LEARN-IP collection of good practices aims to inspire and motivate people to get involved and deal with this importrant topic.