Within the project “Citizens in the Parliament: Legislative initiatives for human rights” of the Westminster Foundation for Democracy, the Metamorphosis Foundation authored a public policy paper “Possibilities for legal implementation of OER”. This paper comprises an all-embracing analysis of the legal framework on education and the possibilities for implementation of the open educational resources. Namely, it comprises the Law on Primary Education, Law on Secondary Education, Law on Higher Education, Law on Textbooks for Primary and Secondary Education, Law on Copyright and Other Related Rights, and it allows understanding of situation, drawing conclusion and recommendations for possible regulation of the open educational resources in these laws.
The draft version of the conclusions and recommendations is available here.
We invite you to contribute to this paper by leaving your comment, remark or recommendation you would like to be reviewed and included in the final version of this document. You can do so not later than 3 October 2016, 12:00PM (Monday), by filling this form.