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Any thematic area will benefit from the improved provision of knowledge commons. Consider for example:

Addis Ababa Action Agenda

Addis Ababa Action Agenda was agreed at the Third International Conference on Financing for Development (Addis Ababa Action Agenda) and includes these chapters:


Focus is on the most knowledge intensive chapters:

  • #a4g - II.G. Science, technology, innovation and capacity-building
  • #a4i3 - III. Data, monitoring and follow-up

Education for All

For background on how education can benefit from knowledge commons and content commons, see:

Check #sdg4.


The Declaration of Alma Ata (September 1978) expressed the need for urgent action by all governments, all health and development workers, and the world community to protect and promote the health of all the people of the world.

That this challenge is multi-faceted and complex is clear from the number of publications that are concerned with health care. Just a few relevant publications can be accessed at: Integrative Expertise for Global Health (citeulike group).

The promise of well-delineated, well-provided knowledge commons is the low-cost, situation-specific bridging of the know-do gap (for publications on this gap, see:

Sector map in the Actor Atlas: Human health and social work activities

Check #sdg4.

Other economic activities and functions of government

For over 400 economic activities, check out the sector maps in the Actor Atlas.

For over 100 functions of government, check out the government function maps in the Actor Atlas.

Check #aaaa88.