AW: [rda-legalinterop-ig] Some thoughts for our call today

25 Aug 2017

I contacted Herbert Grüttemeier – unfortunately he will not be in Montreal
Christoph Bruch
Helmholtz Association
Helmholtz Open Science Coordination Office
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Von: jbminster=***@***.*** [mailto:***@***.***] Im Auftrag von jbminster
Gesendet: Freitag, 18. August 2017 18:32
An: Repositorian; RDA/CODATA Legal Interoperability IG
Cc: Jean-Bernard Minster; ***@***.***
Betreff: Re: [rda-legalinterop-ig] Some thoughts for our call today
I called Steve Diggs and Paul Uhlir, and reached neither one. I left messages explaining what we were hoping to get them to do, and a phone number to call me back.
I’ll send an email to Wim Hugo.
Jean-Bernard Minster
On Aug 18, 2017, at 08:09, ***@***.*** <***@***.***> wrote:
Hi Christoph,
Thanks for updating. Here is a working title and very short description for the website:
Title: Barriers to implementing legal interoperability principles for data in the context of multinational, multifunder, transdisciplinary projects
Description: The Belmont Forum brings together 25 research funders from around the world to support transdisciplinary research to deliver the knowledge needed to address environmental challenges. All projects supported through the Belmont Forum have PIs and stakeholders from at least 3 countries and 3 different funders. The Belmont Forum e-Infrastructure and Data Management initiative is in the initial stages of determining how to implement the legal interoperability recommendations for data sharing in this context. The presentation will address the considerations, including an array of funder policies, sensitivity to indigenous knowledge and intellectual property rights, and adequate training to prepare the investigators to comply.
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