Deputy Minister of Education, Arts and Culture, Faustina Caley on Thursday officially launched the Intellectual Property and Local Content Namibia Project in the capital. IPLC Namibia is an advocacy and development project aimed at protecting Namibian creators’ intellectual property and supporting local content creation. The Namibia Pess Agency reports that while speaking at the launch ceremony, Caley said the ministry is there to recognise the need to promote awareness and formulate policies to protect the diversity of the creative and cultural industry as it was adopted by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation Convention in 2005.