Joint International UNESCO/WIPO Service for Access by Developing Countries to Works Protected by Copyright
Service international commun UNESCO-OMPI pour l'accès des pays en développement aux oeuvres protégées par le droit d'auteur
Apr 1981, Geneva (Switzerland) and Paris (France) (simultaneously), jointly by United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) and WIPO, when statutes were adopted. Service currently in abeyance.
Advise Directors General of UNESCO and WIPO on: collection and dissemination of data likely to facilitate access by developing countries to works protected by copyright if the copyright owners are foreigners; establishment of recommended standards to safeguard interests of developing countries in contracts concerning copyright; preparation of arrangements and machinery to improve the economic conditions of contracts and facilitate the payment of royalties; setting up procedures to advise on differences which may arise between users, in developing countries, of foreign protected works and copyright owners; intellectual, technical and financial assistance to developing countries.Available with paid subscription only.
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