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The African Journal of Information and Communication (AJIC), Issue 16, 2015

Thematic Issue: African Intersections between Intellectual Property Rights and Knowledge Access

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ARTICLES

Current African Intersections between Intellectual Property Rights and Knowledge Access - Chris Armstrong and Tobias Schonwetter

Farmers’ and Breeders’ Rights: Bridging Access to, and IP Protection of, Plant Varieties in Africa - Peter Munyi and Bram De Jonge

Licensing Open Data in Developing Countries: The Case of the Kenyan and City of Cape Town Open Data Initiatives - Michelle Willmers, François Van Schalkwyk and Tobias Schonwetter

Copyright Legal and Practical Reform for the South African Film Industry - Sean Flynn

Revolution, Graffiti and Copyright: The Cases of Egypt and Tunisia - Nagla Rizk

Open Innovation and Knowledge Appropriation in African Micro and Small Enterprises (MSEs) - Jeremy de Beer and Chris Armstrong

THEMATIC REPORTS

Human Capital Barriers to Technological Absorption and Innovation by Ethiopia’s Micro and Small Enterprises (MSEs) - Wondwossen Belete

Strategic Patenting of Pharmaceutical Inventions and the Public’s Right to Access Medicines: The South African Context - Vuyisile Hobololo

Neglect of the Human Rights Dimension in African IP Policymaking - Andrew Rens and Jimcall Pfumorodze

Prospects for Open Licensing of Knowledge Materials in Ethiopia - Seble G. Baraki

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