Welcome to the Website of the Commission on Intellectual Property Rights
The Commission was set up by the British government to look at how intellectual property rights might work better for poor people and developing countries. The first Commission meeting was in London on the 8th- 9th May 2001, and the final report was published on 12th September 2002.
Although the Commission disbanded on completion of its report, this website is intended as a means of explaining the work of the Commission and providing access to the final report and supporting documents, which can all be downloaded from this site.
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