International Convention

All that is truth and we do not deny the existence of a danger, as always existed in any change in the Organization of man, in all his step, from the tribal, to the City-State, nation-State, just to mention three. We do not forget the serious problems, such as the concentration of a technological monopoly, intellectual property rights, patents or even planned and intentional actions aimed to absorb or to implement. We must exercise the defence and this requires the selection of what they want to absorb from one angle of the multiculturizacion which allow restructuring to the benefit of sustained human development. Dell often says this. Everywhere are summits, seminars, meetings and assemblies in pursuit of the defence of cultural diversity. No one can think that men attend to the process without taking precautions. Organizations ranging from coalition of cities against racism international to migration, which is another issue of vital importance, since the initiative of UNESCO’s Convention for the protection and promotion of the diversity of cultural expressions up to the International Convention for the safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural heritage to the Universal Declaration on the human genome and human rights to the Universal Declaration on Bioethics and human rights. Humanity has understood the risks of any change and shielded against any impertinent diversion.

Take, for example, an institution, the world intellectual property organization and go towards the so-called Geneva Declaration. There are warned with clarity on the access to essential medicines, on a morally unacceptable inequality in the access to education, to knowledge and technology; on anti-competitive practices in the knowledge economy; the concentration of ownership of biological and cultural resources; about how private interests misappropriate social and public goods. On the other side of the coin, highlight successful campaigns for access to drugs to combat AIDS, the human genome databases, free software and open source projects. And they propose alternative systems of redistribution to allow access to cultural works, compensatory liability rules, ways to avoid the monopoly use in science and technology and lurks an agenda for development and defence. It promotes a treaty for access to knowledge and technology and the Doha Declaration of the WTO on aspects of the rights of intellectual property related to trade (TRIPS) and public health might already be there.