The human right to benefit from advances in science and promotion of openly accessible publications 2014-04-03


Use the link to access the full text article from the institutional repository at the University of Oslo.  The abstract reads as follows: "The article adopts a human rights perspective on the advent and proliferation of open access publishing models and policy goals, focusing primarily on the human right of everyone to benefit from progress in science and technology. While there is still room for developing more tenable and clear norms and delineating rights and obligations of individuals and states respectively in this regard, it is shown that states have an obligation to ensure the realisation of this right, and that there is a developing understanding of this obligation to include the promotion of open access to scientific knowledge. In an effort to further the discussion on open access publication, concrete examples of implementation of the principles of open access are presented and discussed."


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Open Access Tracking Project (OATP) ┬╗

Tags: oa.u.oslo oa.human_rights oa.advocacy oa.repositories

Date tagged:

04/03/2014, 07:58

Date published:

04/03/2014, 03:58