It costs money to build and staff hospitals and schools that make the right to health and education a reality. And while not everyone in the world has an internet connection, providing internet access to people as fast as possible would go a long way towards achieving economic, social and cultural rights through the use of the limitless textbooks concept.
Human rights, development and IP: Making three-dimensional policy
Article by Linda Cilliers. A paper published in the December 2015 edition of the African Journal of Information and Communications Thematic Review of Human Rights and IP outlines the neglect of human rights in IP policymaking in Africa and the need to end this neglect. It also looks at steps that can be taken towards this goal.