Over the weekend, MOCA Copyright Friendly Label Summit was held in the city of Rabat, Morocco where creative arts related-issues were discussed.
The Copyright Friendly Label is a collective certification mark with an economic value that allows an entity to stand out by highlighting its commitment and respect for copyright.
The Copyright Friendly Label which is issued by copyright societies and other authorized institutions demonstrates that it recognizes the economic and cultural value of intellectual property, respects creators and takes the necessary measures to protect their rights.
And the good news is that Tengol K. Kplemani, co-founder of The Taste Of Afrika Ltd. represented Ghanaian creatives at the summit under discussion.
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In his presentation, Tengol highlighted the theme, “How can the Taste Of Afrika organized “Cultural Oneness Festival” leverage the Copyright Friendly Label as an asset to attract more tourists?”
Tengol envisaged that as long as “Cultural Oneness Festival”, a subsidiary of The Taste Of Afrika, uses the end product of African creatives, he is optimistic that respecting and protecting the copyright of these creatives will go a long way to give eternal life to the Creative Arts sector.
He cited how the recently launched Cultural Oneness Festival in Tamale, Ghana has helped put a lot of creatives in the Northern part of Ghana in the limelight, especially in the area of projecting their artifact works and tourist centers.
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