[Ip-health] Side Event to WTO TRIPS Council on the Paragraph 6 system - 13h00-15h00; 8 Nov. 2016 at WTO, Room S2.

Caroline Ngome Eneme NgomeEneme at southcentre.int
Mon Oct 31 09:06:15 PDT 2016


Dear Colleague,



The South Centre, together with Brazil, China, India, South Africa and Médecins Sans Frontières invite you on 8 November 2016 from 13:00 - 15:00 to a side event to the TRIPS Council on the Paragraph 6 System. The venue is Room S2 at the WTO Headquarters.



A light lunch will be offered from 12:45.



If you do not have entry clearance to the WTO, please contact Ms. Caroline Ngome at ngomeeneme at southcentre.int<mailto:ngomeeneme at southcentre.int> to register, by 6 November.



The programme is included below.



Kind regards,



Martin Khor

Executive Director



Paragraph 6 of the Doha Declaration on TRIPS and Public Health:
An Effective Solution?


8 November 2016, 13:00-15:00

Room S2, WTO Building, Centre William Rappard, Rue de Lausanne 154,
CH-1211 Geneva 21


Organizer:                       South Centre, co-sponsored by Brazil, China, India, South Africa, Médecins Sans Frontières
Description:                  The panel will discuss the experience of the implementation and working of the paragraph 6 system under the
Doha Declaration on TRIPS and Public Health, and the implications of the paragraph 6 system in the context
of the situation on access to medicines in countries with low or insufficient manufacturing capacity.
Panellists:                       Roger Kampf, Counsellor, Intellectual Property Division, WTO
Yuanqiong Hu, Legal and Policy Advisor, Médecins Sans Frontières
Dean Foster, Deputy Director for Global Affairs, Canada
Guilherme Cintra, Senior Manager, Innovation, Intellectual Property and Trade, IFPMA
Denis Broun, Head of Government Affairs, Cipla Ltd
Suerie Moon, Director of Research, Global Health Centre, Graduate
Institute of International and Development Studies
Moderator:                     Viviana Muñoz Tellez, South Centre

Open Discussion

















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