BASCAP’s policy agenda presses for government action and resources to strengthen intellectual property rights enforcement. We seek significantly higher benchmarks for government performance against counterfeiting and piracy at the national, regional, multi-lateral and international level.
BASCAP serves as a leading voice for business in pressing for stronger IP enforcement on a global scale by:
BASCAP continues to call on G8 and G20 leaders on the importance of making IP a priority, in advance of their annual Summits. This intervention has resulted in official statements on the importance of protecting IP and BASCAP continues to press for action on these declarations.
Expanding on its international engagement and advocacy mission, BASCAP frequently participates in anti-counterfeiting and anti-piracy events such as the
“Making intellectual property work for business” is a practical guide to chambers of commerce and business associations looking to offer intellectual property (IP) services for businesses. Jointly published by ICC and WIPO, this handbook gives helpful advice on how to set up different types of IP services.