KECOBO Legal Counsel, Ms. Faith Amatika explains to Nakuru County Executive Committee members about copyright and KECOBO’s mandate during World Theatre Week celebrations held in Nakuru.
Ms. Milka Mathenge explains how to register copyright to a group of artists during the World Theatre Week held at Nakuru’s Afraha Stadium.
Nakuru artists perform during the World Theatre Week celebrations held at Nakuru’s Afraha Stadium.
Clients making enquiries about copyright during World Theatre Week held in Nakuru.
KECOBO Administration Officer, Mr. Patrick Ongusi explaining to a client about copyright during the World Theatre Week held in Nakuru
KECOBO Executive Director Mr Edward Sigei addressing lawyers during a workshop for lawyers on Entertainment disputes organised by KECOBO and WIPO.
Mr Edward Sigei, KECOBO Executive Director (2nd left) shares a light moment with other participants during a workshop for lawyers on entertainment disputes organized by KECOBO in collaboration with WIPO.
Ms Carole Croella a Senior Copyright Officer at World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) speaks during training on Global Content and Audiovisual Business industry at Silver Springs Hotel in Nairobi. With her is Mr Rob Aft.
Ms. Catherine Ngengi, a Filmaker and KECOBO Board Director makes a contribution during the training on Global Content and AudioVisual Business industry at Silver Springs Hotel in Nairobi.
KECOBO Executive Director Mr Edward Sigei speaking during a training on Global Content and Audiovisual Business industry at Silver Springs Hotel in Nairobi.
Some of the key players in the Audiovisual industry in a round table discussion at Silver Springs Hotel, Nairobi. The group was learning about Global Content and AudioVisual Business industry
Stakeholders in the Audiovisual industry hold a discussion during a training on Global Content and AudioVisual Business Industry at Silver Springs Hotel, Nairobi
Deputy Solicitor General Christine Agimba cuts the tape to mark the launch of Kenya Copyright Board’s new logo as KECOBO’s Executive Director Mr Edward Sigei looks on during a ceremony held at Louis Leakey Auditorium, Nairobi.
KECOBO Board Members join the Deputy Solicitor General Ms Christine Agimba (third right) to display Kecobo’s 2017-2022 Strategic Plan after its launch.
Mwihaki Muraguri contributes during a panel discussion on the contribution of Kenya’s Oral Tradition and Culture to Kenya’s creative sector during the World Intellectual Property day celebrations at Louis Leakey Auditorium, Nairobi.
Dr Njoki Ngumi (left) moderating a panel discussion on the contribution of Women in Intellectual Property and Creative sector. Ms Pauline Keah (right) an Kiswahili author and Wahu Mathenge (centre) were also in the panel during the World Intellectual Property day celebrations at Louis Leakey Auditorium, Nairobi.
KECOBO Board Members, Executive Director and KECOBO’s Chief Legal Counsel look on as Deputy Solicitor General Christine Agimba (second left) launches KECOBO’s 2017-2022 Strategic Plan during the World Intellectual Property Day celebrations at Louis Leakey Auditorium, Nairobi.
Ms Sylvia Gichia a Board member at KECOBO and Deputy Solicitor General Ms Christine Agimba display a copy of KECOBO’s 2017-2022 Strategic Plan after its launch during the WORLD Intelectual Property Day Celebrations at Louis Leakey Auditorium, Nairobi.
Deputy Solicitor General Christine Agimba cuts the tape to launch Kenya Copyright Board’s 2017-2022 strategic plan as the Executive Director Edward Sigei and members of the Board look on.
Deputy Solicitor General Christine Agimba and KECOBO’s Executive Director Edward Sigei admire the new logo after its launch.
Ms June Gachui, a lawyer and a musician, stands on stage next to KECOBO’s new logo after its launch during the World Intellectual Property Day celebrations at Louis Leakey Auditorium, Nairobi. She was the master of ceremony during the event.

Copyright Act

The Kenya Copyright Board is a State Corporation that was established under Section 3 of the Copyright Act Cap 130 of the Laws of Kenya to administer and enforce copyright and related rights in Kenya.

Copyright Registration

The Kenya Copyright Board registers copyright works of musical, audio visual, literary and artistic nature. 

Anti Piracy Security Device

The Anti-Piracy Security Device (APSD) is a tamper proof sticker that is applied on legitimate audio and audio-visual works (films, CDS, DVDS and VCDs). 

Collective Management Organisations

These are private organisations that are established to collectively administer the rights of their members.

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