World Intellectual Property Day is one of the fastest growing celebrations in the world. It was launched several years ago in an effort to recognize the importance of the creation and preservation of intellectual property rights. Many governments and organizations throughout the world have come to recognize this day as one of the most significant each year. The day is now celebrated every year on April 26th.
There are many people who are very curious about intellectual property and what makes it so valuable. Things such as copyrights, patents and trademarks are not regarded as important compared to issues such as global warming and sporting events. However, intellectual property is a major part of the institutions that support sporting events and many inventions. On a regular basis, new products and technologies are made in order to make things more efficient and the world as a better place. With intellectual property, these inventions can be better protected and preserved.
On World Intellectual Property Day, everyone is able to celebrate the impact and value of intellectual property. They are allowed to show appreciation for the creativity and advancements of humanity. This day also allows many people to show recognition for the regulations that promote individuals and organizations with the right to make valuable contributions to the economy, cultural institutions and social development throughout the world.
World Intellectual Property Day is a tribute to all of those who have been able to make breakthroughs in art and technology. The innovations of these people have been able to provide others with things that will enhance their lives. Having intellectual property is important for these individuals because it protects their accomplishments from being stolen as well as enabling them to maintain their positive recognition.
Kamil Idris is a statesmen from Sudan who has been quite active in intellectual property. He has spent a number of years as a scholar and international civil servant. At this position, he has been able to help establish and develop the creation of World Intellectual Property Day. Idris served as its Director General for over ten years. During his career, Kamil has also a member of the International Union for the Protection of New Varities of Plants.