[ciência aberta]Fwd: UN report on Copyright policy and the right to science and culture

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2015-03-14 11:54 GMT-03:00 Sarita Albagli <sarita.albagli em gmail.com>:

> Caros
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> https://pt.wikiversity.org/wiki/Pesquisa:Ci%C3%AAncia_Aberta_Ubatuba.
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> Sarita
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> From: Florence Piron <florence.piron em com.ulaval.ca>
> Date: 2015-03-14 11:33 GMT-03:00
> Subject: UN report on Copyright policy and the right to science and culture
>  Dear all,
> Wonderful news for our open science movement! A new UN report recommending
> Open access, ways of protecting the right to science, creative commons
> licences, etc. and daring to criticize the intellectual property paradigm
> at the heart of the knowledge economy OECD discourse (very different from
> the UNESCO knowledge society discourse). This report shows a good
> understanding of the situation in developing countries. I am very happy! I
> am sending you this report in different languages for distribution in your
> networks. I have already shared it with my African and Haitian colleagues
> and I am sending an op-ed about it to newspapers in Quebec. Good news are
> not so frequent... Especially in Canada these days...
> http://www.ohchr.org/EN/Issues/CulturalRights/Pages/impactofintellectualproperty.aspx
> Farida Shaheed, The Special Rapporteur on cultural rights for UN has
> decided to devote her next thematic report to the Human Rights Council
> (March 2015) to the issue of the impact of intellectual property regimes on
> the enjoyment of right to science and culture, as enshrined in particular
> in article 15 of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and
> Cultural Rights.
> More precisely, she intends to address the impact of intellectual property
> regimes on the right of people to enjoy and access cultural heritage;
> access by everyone without discrimination to the benefits of science and
> its applications, including scientific knowledge, technology, and
> opportunities to contribute to the scientific enterprise; the freedom
> indispensable for scientific research, including access of researchers to
> scientific information and advances, as well as collaborative work;
> artistic freedoms and the right of people to access, contribute to and
> enjoy the arts; and the rights of indigenous peoples and local communities.
> The Special Rapporteur also wishes to address the challenges regarding the
> implementation of the right of everyone to benefit from the protection of
> the moral and material interests resulting from any scientific, literary or
> artistic production of which he or she is the author. She is interested in
> learning more about the concrete obstacles met by authors, creators and
> inventors, such as scientists and artists, to enjoy this right.
> See the report
> <http://www.ohchr.org/EN/Issues/CulturalRights/Pages/AnnualReports.aspx>
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