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The Seminar on IPR Concerning Traditional Intellectual Creations of Indigenous Peoples and the Cultural and Creative Industry—a Well-Attended Event with Lively Interactions

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On May 29, TIPO and the National Taiwan Craft Research and Development Institute co-hosted the “Seminar on IPR Concerning Traditional Intellectual Creations of Indigenous Peoples and the Cultural and Creative Industry” in order to promote the awareness of IPR protection concerning indigenous people’s traditional intellectual creations and the cultural and creative industry.

The lecturers selected by TIPO and the Council of Indigenous Peoples addressed issues concerning IPR and protection of traditional knowledge that may be faced by the cultural and creative industry. The topics of their lectures included protection of design patents and cultural and creative products, an overview of the cases relating to trademark applications and indigenous peoples’ cultural creations, must-know copyright concepts by cultural and creative industry operators, and practices of licensing exclusive right of using indigenous people’s traditional intellectual creations. There were lively exchanges of opinions among participants.

  • Publish Date : 2020-06-17
  • Update : 2020-06-17
  • Organization : International Affairs and Planning Division
  • Visitors : 52

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