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根据WIPO 成员国大会2006年通过的编制本组织计划和预算的新机制(参见 文件 A/42/14，第 187段) 和2008年12月大会所作的决定 (参见文件 A/46/12，第 54段)，秘书处提请WIPO成员国，通过其常驻联合国及日内瓦其他国际组织代表团，填写以下问卷，对编写20010/11 两年期计划和预算方面的优先事项发表意见：
世界知识产权组织的成员国决定本组织的战略方向和各项活动。成员国召开各种大会、委员会和其 他决策机构会议。 成员国现有184个，超过全世界国家数量的90％。点此查看定期更新的 成员国名单和成员资格，其中包括介绍各国详细信息的链接。
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The WIPO Arbitration and Mediation Center is the leading resource in the resolution of IP disputes outside the courts. It offers specialized procedures including arbitration, mediation and expert determination for the resolution of international commercial disputes between private parties. The Center’s procedures are designed as efficient and inexpensive alternatives to court proceedings and may take place in any country, in any language and under any law.
From Monday, December 14, 2009, the WIPO Arbitration and Mediation Center will launch essentially paperless UDRP procedures. This removes the requirement for mandatory filing and notification of paper pleadings in WIPO cases filed under the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP).
The WIPO Overview , introduced in 2007, is a free publication, explaining in simple terms how WIPO works and how the Organization carries out its mission to promote a balanced IP system. It includes examples and highlights that illustrate the range of WIPO's activities and achievements over the past year. Updated editions will be issued each year.
WIPO's Strategic Realignment Program (SRP) was launched on October 1, 2008, when Director General Francis Gurry took office. It aims to build a responsive and efficient Organization, equipped to achieve its strategic goals and to provide global leadership on intellectual property (IP) issues.
Intellectual property (IP) refers to creations of the mind: inventions, literary and artistic works, and symbols, names, images, and designs used in commerce.
The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) is a specialized agency of the United Nations. It is dedicated to developing a balanced and accessible international intellectual property (IP) system, which rewards creativity, stimulates innovation and contributes to economic development while safeguarding the public interest.
WIPO marked the tenth anniversary of the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP) on October 12, 2009 with a conference that brought together over 200 stakeholders from around the world. The conference sought to take stock of the UDRP experience and draw lessons with a view to informing other processes relating to the future of the Domain Name System (DNS) and in the broader context of intellectual property.
An on-line forum to promote an exchange of ideas and to build consensus on international measures to improve access to copyright-protected works in formats suitable for visually impaired persons and others with print disabilities (VIPs) was launched by WIPO this week. The Forum, (www.visionip.org/forum), which will remain open at least until June 20, 2010, is designed to stimulate debate, enhance understanding, and broaden awareness of the question.
WIPO launched on June 1, 2010, WIPO GOLD, a free, on-line global intellectual property (IP) reference resource that provides quick and easy access to a broad collection of searchable IP data and tools relating to, for example, technology, brands, designs, statistics, WIPO standards, IP classification systems and IP laws and treaties.
WIPO Director General Francis Gurry concluded on June 8, 2010 a two-day official visit to Tunisia during which he met Prime Minister Mohamed Ghannouchi to discuss the role of intellectual property (IP) in stimulating innovation and development and ways to strengthen cooperation between WIPO and Tunisia.