Podcast Interview with Monica Boța-Moisin // Lawyer and Founder of Cultural Intellectual Property Rights Initiative
by Cherie Birkner
“Every company will have someone who is trained in Cultural Intellectual Property.”
Monica Bota Moisin is a lawyer for Cultural Intellectual Property (CIP) in fashion as well as founder of the Cultural Intellectual Property Rights Initiative (CIPRI) where she is working on a framework to preserve traditional culture expressions and build bridges between traditional artisans and the fashion industry.
In this podcast episode she explains the importance of cultural intellectual property, discuss where we are now, how to handle the subject as a designer or brand and what the future will look like.
Listen to our previous episode to find out what cultural intellectual property law has to do with sustainable fashion.
If you have any questions coming to mind don’t hesitate to leave it in the comments and we will do our best to answer them!
These babouches marocaines are made by a lady artisan Monica met personally and lived with in Essaouira, Morocco. You can find similar shoes from ABURY here, a member of the CIPRI.