ASK Justice Final Technical Report
Title: Final Technical ReportAuthor/s: ASK JusticeExtent: 36 pagesFile size: 1.8 MBPublication date: May 2018

Contents include:

Acronyms and abbreviations

Context: The intersection between human rights and intellectual property

IP and rights to access to A2M and A2K in Africa

On the need for collaboration, multidisciplinary scholarship and research-based evidence

The ASK Justice project and network

Aims of the project

The network

Key partners and stakeholders

The core project team

Fellowship programme

Interdisciplinary engagement and collaboration

Teaching at the interface of human rights and intellectual property

Primers

Model Curriculum: Human Rights and Intellectual Property in Africa

Curriculum Review Tool

Next steps …

Policy research on intellectual property reform through a human rights lens

Rationale and context

Research focus and design

Select research findings

Findings from the Uganda case study

Findings from the Kenya case study

Preliminary findings from the Botswana case study

Preliminary findings from the South Africa case study

Next steps …

Topics for further research

A public voice for intellectual property and human rights issues

Channels for communication and dissemination

Events

Key lessons learnt

Next steps …

Conclusion

ASK Justice Publications

  • Model Curriculum: Human rights and intellectual property in Africa
    Model Curriculum: Human rights and intellectual property in Africa
  • Intellectual Property and Human Rights: An intellectual property primer for human rights teachers
  • Human Rights and Intellectual Property: A human rights primer for intellectual property teachers
  • Human Rights and Intellectual Property Processes: South Africa
  • Human Rights Considerations in Intellectual Property in Botswana
  • The Influence of Intellectual Property Laws and Instruments on Human Rights in Kenya
  • Examining the Nexus between Intellectual Property and Human Rights: The case of Uganda
    Examining the Nexus between Intellectual Property and Human Rights: The case of Uganda
  • ASK Justice Country Comparative Report and Synthesis
  • ASK Justice Final Technical Report
    ASK Justice Final Technical Report
  • ASK Justice Curriculum Review Tool

This report was published by ASK Justice 2018. Unless otherwise indicated, the content of this report is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) Licence. To view a copy of the licence, visit: creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0. The following works are not covered by the CC licence: Cover photograph by Eric Miller.

ASK Justice is supported by a grant from the Open Society Foundations. The views expressed herein do not necessarily represent those of ASK Justice’s funders.

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