Seminar on strategies that address policies involving plant breeding and plant variety protection (UPOV/SEM/GE/2/21)

October 20, 2021 (Geneva, Switzerland)

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Meeting Documents

UPOV/SEM/GE/2/21/CONCConcluding remarkspdf EN 
UPOV/SEM/GE/2/21/OPENWelcome and opening remarkspdf EN 
UPOV/SEM/GE/2/21/1 REV.Revised draft programpdf EN  FR  ES  DE 
UPOV/SEM/GE/2/21/INF/1List of participantspdf EN 


UPOV/SEM/GE/2/21/PPT/1CANADA : The role of plant variety protection in supporting public breeding institutions, and partnerships with producers and industry
Prepared by: Mr. Anthony Parker, Commissioner, Plant Breeders' Rights Office, Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA)
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UPOV/SEM/GE/2/21/PPT/2CHINA : Seed Policies Promoting China’s Plant Breeding Innovation
Prepared by: Mr. Yehan Cui, Principal Consultant, Development Center of Science and Technology (DCST), Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs (MARA)
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UPOV/SEM/GE/2/21/PPT/3EUROPEAN UNION : EU strategies involving plant breeding and plant variety protection – European Green Deal (Farm to Fork Strategy)
Prepared by: Ms. Päivi Mannerkorpi, Team Leader - Plant Reproductive Material, Unit G1, Plant Health, Directorate General for Health and Food Safety (DG SANTE), European Commission
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UPOV/SEM/GE/2/21/PPT/4JAPAN : Japan’s Intellectual Property Strategy in the field of PVP
Prepared by: Mr. Teruhisa Miyamoto, Deputy Director of Plant Variety Office, Intellectual Property Division, Export and International Affairs Bureau, Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (MAFF)
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UPOV/SEM/GE/2/21/PPT/5 REV.KENYA : The role of plant variety protection in promoting food security, employment creation and improving farmers’ livelihoods
Prepared by: Mr. Simon Mucheru Maina, Head, Seed Certification and Plant Variety Protection, Kenya Plant Health Inspectorate Service (KEPHIS)
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UPOV/SEM/GE/2/21/PPT/6MEXICO : Public policies to promote innovations in plant varieties
Prepared by: Mr. Leobigildo Córdova Téllez, Head, National Service for Seed Inspection and Certification (SNICS), Secretariat of Agriculture and Rural Development (AGRICULTURA)
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UPOV/SEM/GE/2/21/PPT/7NORWAY : The importance of plant breeding for food security. Recent policy development in Norway
Prepared by: Ms. Svanhild-Isabelle Batta Torheim, Senior Advisor, Department of Forest and Natural Resource Policy, Ministry of Agriculture and Food
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UPOV/SEM/GE/2/21/PPT/8 REVPERU : Strategies for promoting Peru´s Plant Breeding Protection
Prepared by: Mr. Manuel Castro Calderón, Director, Directorate of Patents and New Technologies, National Institute for Defense of Competition and Protection of Intellectual Property (INDECOPI)
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UPOV/SEM/GE/2/21/PPT/9SWEDEN : The need to sustain “small” breeders
Prepared by: Mr. Magnus Franzén, Deputy Head, Plant and Control Department, Swedish Board of Agriculture
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UPOV/SEM/GE/2/21/PPT/10UNITED STATES OF AMERICA : Initiatives from the 2018 Farm Bill Supporting Farm Production, Conservation, and Plant Variety Protection in the United States
Prepared by: Mr. Jeffery Haynes, Commissioner, Plant Variety Protection Office, United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)
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