The Resource Libraries section of infojustice.org is being set up to serve as a source for international scholarship on international IP and proposals for increasing access to knowledge. Anyone can upload new relevant documents to the library, but all new postings require moderator approval. We will work to ensure approval for new documents takes place in one business day or less.
Contains Leaked Texts, Analyses of Leaked Texts, the USTR White Paper on Trade and Access to Medicines, and Reactions to the White Paper, Presentations, News and Blogs from the Chicago Negotiating Round Stakeholders Forum, Letters from Congress to the Obama Administration, U.S. State Legislator Documents on the Effect of a Pharmaceuticals Chapter on U.S. Health Programs, Civil Society Documents, and Industry Documents.
The European Parliament’s Greens|EFA have requested an analysis of the provisions in ACTA’s final text on access to affordable medicines, particularly in developing countries. This document library serves as a repository of the various texts used in researching this analysis, as well as a place for the public to contribute additional perspectives in addition to viewing the sources.
Currently being filled, this library is being constructed in advance of an Amsterdam meeting of experts on L&E to copyright. It will contain recent writings of the meeting participants, WIPO surveys of limitations & exceptions, and relevant sections participants’ countries’ laws.
Libraries for the Global Congress on Public Interest IP Law: