World Intellectual Property Organization

Multi-stakeholder Platforms

WIPO actively involves a wide range of stakeholders — from civil society, to academia, business, and more — in order to ensure that all members of society benefit from intellectual property.

 
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WIPO GREEN

WIPO GREEN is an interactive marketplace that promotes innovation and diffusion of green technologies by connecting technology and service providers with those seeking innovative solutions. It supports global efforts to address climate change through the skills and technologies available via its network and online database.

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WIPO Re:Search

WIPO Re:Search is a consortium through which public and private sector organizations around the world share valuable intellectual property and expertise with the global health research community. The aim is to promote the development of new drugs, vaccines, and diagnostics in the fight against neglected tropical diseases, malaria, and tuberculosis.

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Vision IP platform

The WIPO-developed Visually Impaired Person platform (Vision IP) provides a common space for IP initiatives aiming to facilitate access to information and cultural content by visually impaired persons.

Under the umbrella of Vision IP, the TIGAR project enables publishers to make their titles available to trusted intermediaries (national libraries, charitable institutions), with the aim of expanding the range of works in accessible formats available.

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