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The World Intellectual Property Day 2023 Video Competition is an opportunity to share ideas on how an inclusive innovation ecosystem can unleash the ingenuity and creativity of girls and women to build a better tomorrow for the benefit of all.

The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO;  is one of the 15 specialized agencies of the United Nations (UN). Under the 1967 Convention Establishing the World Intellectual Property Organization, WIPO was created to promote and protect intellectual property (IP) across the world by cooperating with countries and international organizations. It began operations on 26 April 1970 when the convention entered into force. The current Director General is Singaporean Daren Tang, former head of the Intellectual Property Office of Singapore, who began his term on 1 October 2020.

WIPO’s activities include hosting forums to discuss and shape international IP rules and policies, providing global services that register and protect IP in different countries, resolving transboundary IP disputes, helping connect IP systems through uniform standards and infrastructure, and serving as a general reference database on all IP matters; this includes providing reports and statistics on the state of IP protection or innovation both globally and in specific countries. WIPO also works with governments, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), and individuals to utilize IP for socioeconomic development.

WIPO administers 26 international treaties that concern a wide variety of intellectual property issues, ranging from the protection of audiovisual works to establishing international patent classification. It is governed by the General Assembly and the Coordination Committee, which set policy and serve as the main decision-making body. The General Assembly also elects WIPO’s chief administrator, the Director General, currently Daren Tang of Singapore, who took office on 1 October 2020.WIPO is administered by a Secretariat that helps carry out its day-to-day activities.

Headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, WIPO has “external offices” around the world, including in Algiers (Algeria); Rio de Janeiro (Brazil); Beijing (China), Tokyo (Japan); Abuja (Nigeria); Moscow (Russia); and Singapore (Singapore).

WIPO currently has 193 member states, including 190 UN member states and the Cook Islands, Holy See, and Niue; Palestine has permanent observer status.




  • First Prize: Digital equipment to the maximum value of CHF 5,000
  • Second Prize: Digital equipment to the maximum value of CHF 3,000
  • Third Prize: Digital equipment to the maximum value of CHF 1,000
  • The top 10 winning videos will benefit from training opportunities offered by the WIPO Academy


  • Participants must be at least 18 years of age to enter the competition.
  • Individual or group entry submissions (up to 10 group members).
  • The video creator holds all the rights to the uploaded video.
  • Your video must not have been previously published online, nor have been recognized and/or awarded in another competition.
  • The video does not violate any copyright, trademarks, patents, trade secrets, industrial designs, distinctive signs, contractual obligations, or any other intellectual property rights, or other proprietary rights of any third party.
  • The video is accompanied by a transcript in any of the following languages: Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, or Spanish.
Eligible Regions: Open for All

Application Process

  • Create an account at https://wipd-2023-video-competition.wipo.int/ to start the application process.
  • Log in to the created account and complete the submission.
  • While making the application, keep the following points in mind.
  • Under the theme “When women enter the IP universe, we accelerate innovation and creativity and everyone’s a winner,” participants are requested to submit a 90-second video that explores the importance of girls and women switching to IP, and how we all benefit from this.
  • The video may showcase the creativity and innovation of women inventors, creators, and entrepreneurs, highlighting how IP rights can enable women to make an even greater impact on society and the economy, as well as the collective benefits that arise from the participation of a greater number of women in innovation and IP ecosystems.

Application Deadline: March 19, 2023

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