Erasmus Mundus Masters Scholarship in Journalism, Media and Globalisation
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“The mission of the University for Peace is to provide humanity with an international institution of higher education for peace with the aim of promoting among all human beings a spirit of understanding, tolerance, and peaceful coexistence, to stimulate cooperation among peoples, and to help lessen obstacles and threats to world peace and progress in keeping with the noble aspirations proclaimed in the Charter of the United Nations.
The idea for this glossary originated with the positive response to the lecture ‘Definitions, Conceptions, and Debates in Peace and Security Studies in Africa’.
Delivered by Dr Ebrima Sall at the Africa Programme Advisory Meeting in Maputo, Mozambique, 23–25 October 2003, it was jointly written by Sall, then at the Nordic Africa Institute, and Dr Mary E. King, professor of peace and conflict studies at the University for Peace.”
Definitions, Conceptions, and Debates in Peace and Security Studies in Africa’.
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IP stands for Intellectual Property. It’s the term used to describe things your business owns that can’t be physically measured. In most cases, you will have created them ‘in-house’, using know-how, effort and time (otherwise known as blood, sweat and tears). Some types of IP have special protection in law, but all IP adds value to your business. If you offer anything distinctive, you will undoubtedly own IP of some sort.
Intellectual Property Guide
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Review of the progress on open access implementation. Also useful is the review of the report on the impact of the social sciences blog.
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