Petra Buhr is IP Justice’s Global Policy Fellow from Germany. She has studied History, Politics and Law in Dresden and Berlin where she was specializing in Social Movements and Non-Governmental Organizations in national and transnational politics and Intellectual Property Rights. Since 2001 she has worked for different non-profit organizations in Germany where she organized campaigns, e.g. a campaign for an alternative compensation system for sharing music and films in P2P-networks (www.fairsharing.de). In 2006 she has founded the Free Knowledge Network in Germany together with Oliver Moldenhauer (www.wissensallmende.de). Since January 2007 she is the coordinator of the network which is heading to influence German government politics on Intellectual Property Rights by promoting the value of a rich public domain and the advantages of alternatives to IPR for societies in north and south. Petra represented IP Justice at the negotiation processes on a WIPO Broadcast Treaty in Geneva. In the future she will participate in the WIPO Development Agenda process for IP Justice.