[A2k] The role of Public private partnerships in access to education by visually impaired persons: The Marrakesh Treaty and the Accessible Books Consortium by Susan Isiko Štrba

Susan Isiko Strba susan.isiko.strba at bluewin.ch
Tue Sep 18 02:35:23 PDT 2018


Dear all,

The new blog post on "The role of Public private partnerships in access 
to education by visually impaired persons: The Marrakesh Treaty and the 
Accessible Books Consortium" by Susan Isiko Štrba,  available here 
below, thanks to NORRAG,

https://www.norrag.org/the-role-of-public-private-partnerships-in-access-to-education-by-visually-impaired-persons-the-marrakesh-treaty-and-the-accessible-books-consortium-by-susan-isiko-strba/

summarizes what the difference between the Marrakesh treaty and the WIPO 
Accessible Formats Consortium through the lens of access to education.

It is a snapshot of the article cited below in the signature, which 
focuses more on PPP, innovation and access to information in IP.

Your thoughts on both the blog and article are much welcome. NORRAG can 
also respond to questions and contributions on the right to education 
and IP.

Please have a look.

Best regards
Susan

-- 
Štrba, S. (2018). The Marrakesh Treaty, Public–Private Partnerships,
and Access to Copyrighted Works by Visually Impaired Persons.
   In M. Chon, P. Roffe, & A. Abdel-Latif (Eds.),
   The Cambridge Handbook of Public-Private Partnerships, Intellectual
   Property Governance, and Sustainable Development (pp. 176-198).
   Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

doi:10.1017/9781316809587.012

https://www.cambridge.org/core/books/cambridge-handbook-of-publicprivate-partnerships-intellectual-property-governance-and-sustainable-development/marrakesh-treaty-publicprivate-partnerships-and-access-to-copyrighted-works-by-visually-impaired-persons/CDD80217DD2540AC8F08F0BB159E928C



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