Report of the Inter-Regional Workshop on Intellectual Property Rights in the Context of Traditional Medicine (Bangkok, Thailand, 6-8 December 2000)
(2001; 52 pages) View the PDF document
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View the documentAcknowledgements
Open this folder and view contents1. Introduction
Open this folder and view contents2. The role of intellectual property rights in the context of traditional medicine
View the document3. Globalization, the TRIPS Agreement and access to essential drugs
View the document4. Intellectual property rights
View the document5. Systems and national experience for protecting traditional knowledge, innovations and practices
Open this folder and view contents6. Problems and gaps in traditional medicine in relation to modern patent laws
View the document7. Group discussion on existing problems and gaps for the protection of traditional medicine knowledge
Close this folder8. Presentations on national patent law: means, experiences and proposals
View the document8.1. China
View the document8.2. Colombia
View the document8.3. India
View the document8.4. Indonesia
View the document8.5. Kenya
View the document8.6. Pakistan
View the document8.7. Republic of Korea
View the document8.8. WHO Collaborating Centre (Chicago)
View the document9. Recommendations
View the documentAnnex I. Message to the Workshop from Dr Uton Muchtar Rafei, Regional Director WHO South-East Asia Region
View the documentAnnex II. Welcome address from Dr Mongkol Na Songkhla, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Public Health, Thailand
View the documentAnnex III. Workshop Agenda
View the documentAnnex IV. List of Participants
 

8. Presentations on national patent law: means, experiences and proposals

Seven countries, China, Colombia, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Pakistan and the Republic of Korea, presented papers on their national patent laws, the existing national situation concerning problems, needs, gaps and means in relation to the protection of intellectual property rights in the context of traditional medicine and traditional knowledge. One WHO Collaborating Centre presented a paper on its policy of benefits sharing in research on drugs derived from natural products.

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