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Biotechnologies Symposium. Parallel Session 3.2. Public policies, strategies and regulations on agricultural biotechnologies

Green Room (FAO Headquarters)
16.02.2016
 Rome time

Chair: Vimlendra Sharan, Embassy of India, Rome, Italy
Introductory remarks: Vimlendra Sharan

 

The role of intellectual property rights in enabling or impeding the application of agricultural biotechnologies, with special reference to developing country agriculture, Rodrigo Sara, CGIAR Consortium Office, Montpellier, France


Regulation and intellectual property of agricultural biotechnologies: Perspectives from the private sector, Adrianne Massey, Biotechnology Industry Organization, Washington D.C, United States of America


Regulation and intellectual property of agricultural biotechnologies: Perspectives from the civil society, Guy Kastler, La Via Campesina, Narbonne, France


The challenges of developing national policies and regulations for agricultural biotechnologies: Reflections from cumulative experience, Eduardo Trigo, Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation, Buenos Aires, Argentina


How to ensure that policies, strategies and regulations on agricultural biotechnologies act to benefit smallholders, Dominic Glover, Institute of Development Studies, Brighton, United Kingdom

 

Discussion: moderated by Vimlendra Sharan


Closing remarks: Vimlendra Sharan

 

Topics: Agriculture & crops,Biotechnology
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