UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science: a Response From cOAlition S

peter.suber's bookmarks 2022-01-12


"cOAlition S welcomes the landmark UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science that was adopted at the 41st session of its General Conference in November 2021. The document provides an international framework where Open Science is viewed as a global public good, and where the equitable sharing of scholarly results is the default....

To ensure that the UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science is implemented we believe the following three actions are necessary:


1. Strengthen coordination and direct funding towards Open Science policies and practices and open scholarly infrastructures.

2. Support a globally equitable pricing system for Open Access publishing services that takes into account differences in purchasing power as well as institutional equity and diversity.

3. Coordinate legislation ensuring that intellectual property rights remain with researchers in all of their publications, data, and other types of scholarly outputs."



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Date tagged:

01/12/2022, 15:48

Date published:

01/12/2022, 05:30