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MOVING THE PRO-DEVELOPMENT IP AGENDA FORWARD: PRESERVING PUBLIC GOODS IN HEALTH, EDUCATION AND LEARNING
The Bellagio Series on Development and Intellectual Property Policy

At the Rockefeller Foundation's Bellagio Study and Conference Center on Lake Como in Northern Italy,
29 November - 3 December 2004

Description | Programme | Participants | Documentation


  Programme


Monday, 29 November

20.00 Welcome to participants

Tuesday, 30 November

9.00-9.30 Introduction

9.30-11.15
Session I: Overview of recent IP trends with emphasis on health and education, research and dissemination of knowledge in general
Resource persons: Carlos Correa and Peter Jaszi
Commentators: Tenu Avafia, Christoph Spennemann, Peter Yu

11.30-13.00

Session II: Promoting innovation and public goods in health, education and science
Resource person: Clemente Forero
Commentators: Ricardo Melendez, Maria Julia Oliva, Anthony So

14.30-19.00

Session III: Protection of undisclosed information related to the approval and marketing of pharmaceutical products: comparative experiences
Resource person: Jerome Reichman
Commentators: Carlos Correa, Ana Paula Juca, Christopher Garrison

Wednesday, 1 December

8.30-9.30

Session IV: Recapitulation of discussions in first three sessions: identification of main challenges, policy and research issues
Resource person: Pedro Roffe

9.30-12.30

Session V: Working Group on data protection: policy options and recommendations, in general, for future action including research gaps

14.30-16.30

Session VI: Fostering access to education, research and dissemination of knowledge through copyright
Resource person: Ruth Okediji
Commentators: Marisella Ouma, Manon Ress, Abdi Yusuf

17.00-19.00

Session VII: The new challenges of open source models for developing countries
Resource Person: Rishab Ghosh
Commentators: Vera Franz, Jamie Love, Sisule Musungu, Alan Story

Thursday, 2 December

8.30-9.30

Session VIII: Recapitulation of discussions in sixth and seventh sessions: identification of main challenges, policy and research issues
Resource person: David Vivas

9:30-12:20

Session IX: Working Group on access to education, research and dissemination of knowledge through copyright, including open source initiatives: policy options and recommendations, in general, for future action including research gaps

14.30-16.30

Session X: Adoption of conclusions and recommendation of the dialogue

Friday, 3 December

Morning Departure of Participants

 

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