[Ip-health] Intellectual Property Training Programs Funded
b.baker at neu.edu
Mon Jun 4 05:54:56 PDT 2012
I would add that the $1 million-plus targeted towards Africa, the poorest
region in the world, is especially problematic.
1) Africa - Western Regional Workshops $182,000
Training for West African customs authorities on methods to identify and
seize infringing goods.
2) Africa - Sub-Saharan Regional Workshops $525,920
Workshops for Sub-Saharan African law enforcement partners focusing on
border enforcement, following the money trail, organized crime involvement
in trafficking of counterfeit medicines, and gathering electronic evidence.
3) Africa - East Central Regional Workshops $255,936
Regional training for East African law enforcement authorities in
combating counterfeit medicines which threaten human health and safety.
Professor Brook K. Baker
Health GAP (Global Access Project)
Northeastern U. School of Law
Program on Human Rights and the Global Economy
400 Huntington Ave.
Boston, MA 02115 USA
Honorary Research Fellow, University of KwaZulu Natal, Durban, S. Africa
b.baker at neu.edu
On 6/3/12 12:36 PM, "Jamie Love" <james.love at keionline.org> wrote:
>This is a Department of State release on $2.6 million in IPR training
>for Judges, prosecutors, and enforcement officials, in Developing
>A few highlights:
>$242,329 on IPR training for ASEAN member state judges and prosecutors.
>$184,000 on on IPR training for Thailand judges and prosecutors "to
>carry out IPR reforms."
>$106,375 on IPR training for Turkish judges and law enforcement
>officials, special IPR courts.
>$175,171 on IPR training for Philippine judges and prosecutors
>$100k on IPR training for Chilean judges, judicial bench book,
>monitoring by the U.S. Embassy
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