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IP-Watch Interns Summer 2013

IP-Watch interns Brittany Ngo (Yale Graduate School of Public Health) and Caitlin McGivern (University of Law, London) talk about their Geneva experience in summer 2013. 2:42.

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    18/12/2013: Developing Countries Lack Capacity To Take Advantage Of Marrakesh Treaty
    13/12/2013: WIPO Assembly: Potential Design Treaty Misses Train To Russia In June, Still On Track For 2014
    13/12/2013: Future Scenarios, IP Tax Evasion, Informal Sector, And Patents In Africa
    12/12/2013: The EU-Thailand FTA: What Fate For Access To Medicines?
    12/12/2013: WIPO Members Progress, But New Offices, Design Treaty Still Unresolved
    12/12/2013: Convergence Of Who’s Who In IP, Innovation, Public Interest In Africa
    08/12/2013: Cape Town Conference Highlights Innovation, IP And Public Interest
    06/12/2013: Experts At WHO Select Eight Projects To Boost Medical R&D For Developing Countries
    04/12/2013: Yemen Accedes To WTO; Outcry Over Tough TRIPS Deadline
    28/11/2013: Critical Moment For Africa’s Small Farmers As ARIPO Decides On Plant Variety Protection
    27/11/2013: BRICS Launch Their Own Plan For IP Cooperation; India Defends Itself
    25/11/2013: Global Patent Harmonisation Proceeding Outside WIPO – And Gently Within
    25/11/2013: South-South Cooperation Rising; WIPO Pushed To Persevere In Its Efforts
    25/11/2013: Spirit Of Innovation Runs High At South African IP Conference
    22/11/2013: Independent Assessment Of Development Dimension In WIPO Delayed
    22/11/2013: Authors Look At Positive Impact Of Patents On Public Domain
    21/11/2013: WIPO Development Committee Works On Projects; Broader Issues At Bay
    21/11/2013: A Question Of Balance In IP Rights In South Africa
    18/11/2013: WIPO Committee Opens With Debate On Review Of Development Agenda Implementation
    18/11/2013: India Weathering Doubts About Its Approach To Intellectual Property
    18/11/2013: Comments Received On South Africa’s Process For New IP Policy
    14/11/2013: Desperate Final Stretch For The “Marco Civil Do Brasil”
    13/11/2013: Event Brings Business Perspective To Creating, Leveraging IP In Developing Countries
    11/11/2013: WIPO Industrial Design Treaty In Hands Of December Assembly; GI Debate Returns
    06/11/2013: WHO Experts To Narrow Health R&D Projects For Developing Countries At December Meeting
    04/11/2013: Proposed WIPO Industrial Design Treaty Hung Up On Technical Assistance
    30/10/2013: Farmers’ Groups Warn ARIPO About Implementing UPOV 91 In Africa
    29/10/2013: Farmers’ Rights At Heart Of Plant Breeding IP Debate; UPOV Ponders New Members, Communication Strategy
    22/10/2013: UPOV Holds Weeklong Meetings As Civil Society Publishes Restricted Documents
    15/10/2013: Brazilian Patent Reform Report Launched
    14/10/2013: WTO: Tobacco Plain-Packaging Battle Flares Up; Sports And IP Issues Take The Field
    14/10/2013: Green Innovations, Owned By Developed Countries, Tied Up In Patents, Expert Says
    08/10/2013: Right To Science: More Publicly Funded Research, Less IP, Panellists Say
    07/10/2013: ITU Stats Show 40 Percent Of World Online In 2013, Billions Still Not Connected
    07/10/2013: Industry Says IP Key In Technology Dissemination; Others Call For More African Innovation
    04/10/2013: Inside Views: Some Notes On Developing Policy And Law In Caribbean Intellectual Property
    02/10/2013: WIPO Members Get Stopgap Deal On IP And Development, Others Down To The Wire
    27/09/2013: WIPO Members Reach Tentative Deal On TK Treaties; External Offices Mired
    27/09/2013: Big Pharmaceutical Firms Say MDGs Partnerships Are ‘Best-Kept Secret’
    26/09/2013: Development Agenda At WIPO: Still Waiting For Cultural Change
    26/09/2013: US Ambassador: WIPO Needs More Balance Toward Rightsholders
    26/09/2013: Swift Start On WIPO General Assembly Agenda But Sticky Issues Kept For Later
    25/09/2013: Innovators Take Centre Stage At WIPO Members’ Annual Assembly
    25/09/2013: Urgent Need To Shift Away From Industrial Agriculture, Says UN Agency
    23/09/2013: WIPO General Assembly Opens With Loaded Agenda
    20/09/2013: Negotiators, Stakeholders Tell Tale Of WIPO Marrakesh Treaty Negotiation, Look To Implementation
    18/09/2013: Meeting Highlights Use Of Open Data In Science, Health And Sustainable Development
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