IP Curriculum Hub contains policy papers, IP educational resources, tools, games and materials for all ages that have been developed by WIPO Member States as voluntary contributions.
The Academy welcomes teachers, educational professionals, curricula developers and policy makers and invites them to share their experiences by maximizing the advantage of their current communities of teachers, partner institutions, IP experts, and IP Offices. A vibrant community of interest can be expected to facilitate regular updates, and share good and best experiences with countries seeking to benefit from similar interests, e.g. developing IP curricula, special initiatives, activities and teaching tools for youth worldwide.
The WIPO Academy aims to tailor its services to meet the IP capacity-building needs of WIPO’s Member States through its diverse range of IP education programs, training courses and projects.
Designing and delivering tailor-made and country-focused programs, projects, activities and tools are completed in close collaboration and consultations with our partners whom the Academy relies on for strong partnerships. This includes long-standing cooperation with national and regional institutions.
The Academy is committed and resourced to support and facilitate the partnerships and collaboration necessary for proactively engaging IP knowledge development, exchange and transfer beyond a technical audience to teachers, education professionals and through them to youth.
United States Copyright Office (USCO)
Korean Intellectual Property Office (KIPO)
Egyptian Patent Office (EGPO)
Academy of Scientific Research and Technology (ASRT)