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What a mission statement should contain

  • Who make up the members of this organization
  • What we do (Purpose) or why we were formed
  • Who we serve when we do what we do (Stakeholders)
  • What makes us different from similar organisations like PK ()

Free Culture Movement Mission Statement


  • Technology has radically changed how ideas, creative works, etc are produced, exchanged and consumed.
  • The proliferation of cheap computing power has democratized the production of creative works, and the advent of the Internet has democratized the process of publishing.
  • The current system of intellectual property laws that we have now have been put in place by the copyright-based industries....

Mission Statement

Free Culture is a student-founded, student-run organization, formed in 2004 and now has chapters in colleges and universities across the United States as well has (**other countries here). Our purpose is fivefold:

  • promote awareness among students, teachers, school administrators, of the issues in the current system of intellectual property laws
  • foster greater debate on these issues,
  • advocate (in general) a more balanced regime of intellectual property laws,(**do we need to clarify our stand here? -Ben Li)
  • make our views known to the lawmakers that represent us.

Most importantly, we work to ensure the freedom to build upon the work of others, while maintaining the incentive for people to create and innovate.

Free Culture Core Group Mission Statement

The Core Group exists to coordinate activities among the various chapters of