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An Introduction to WIPO Sergio Balibrea Miembro de la Oficina del Director General Madrid An Introduction to WIPO Sergio Balibrea Miembro de la Oficina del Director General Madrid 25 de octubre de 2011

Milestones : 1883 to 2011 2009 2002 1989 1970 1967 1960 1893 1886 1883 Milestones : 1883 to 2011 2009 2002 1989 1970 1967 1960 1893 1886 1883 1891 BIRPI Madrid Agreement Berne Convention Paris Convention Madrid Protocol WIPO Convention Hague Agreement STLT Internet Treaties PCT WIPO established BIRPI moves to Geneva 1925 New Bldg

Basic Facts about WIPO’s Mission: To promote the protection of IP rights worldwide and Basic Facts about WIPO’s Mission: To promote the protection of IP rights worldwide and extend the benefits of the international IP system to all member States Status: An int’l intergovernmental organization Member States: 184 Observers: 250 + Staff: 950 from 101 countries Treaties Administered: 24 Decisions by: GA, CC, WIPO Conference

WIPO: A Development Agency & a Service Provider Norm. Setting Services to Industry Economic WIPO: A Development Agency & a Service Provider Norm. Setting Services to Industry Economic Development

Norm Setting AIM: Progressive development of international IP law for an IP system that Norm Setting AIM: Progressive development of international IP law for an IP system that is: balanced/responsive to emerging needs effective in encouraging innovation/creativity sufficiently flexible to accommodate national policy objectives Topical issues reviewed/discussed in Standing Committees

WIPO … Provider of Premier Global IP Services Core income generating business areas: ü WIPO … Provider of Premier Global IP Services Core income generating business areas: ü Patent Cooperation Treaty (Patents) ü Madrid System (Trademarks) ü Hague System (Industrial Designs) ü Lisbon System (Geographical Indications) ü WIPO Arbitration and Mediation Center Aim: to be the first choice for users by continuing to offer cost-effective value-added services

PCT Statistics 5. 7% growth in 2010 144 contracting parties PCT Statistics 5. 7% growth in 2010 144 contracting parties

PCT: International Applications Received in 2010 (by country of origin) -1. 7% … a PCT: International Applications Received in 2010 (by country of origin) -1. 7% … a changing geography of innovation … +7. 9% … meteoric rise of Japan, China & ROK -2. 2% +56. 2% +20. 5% … Asia biggest PCT filing region

WIPO’s Main Sources of Revenue Budget 2010 -2011: CHF 618 million Budget 2012 -2013: WIPO’s Main Sources of Revenue Budget 2010 -2011: CHF 618 million Budget 2012 -2013: 637 CHF million Estimated revenue: CHF 647 million (4. 7% growth)

Cooperation for Development Four Major Pillars based on partnership: 1. Establish a strategic plan Cooperation for Development Four Major Pillars based on partnership: 1. Establish a strategic plan for IP in conformity with national dvpt plans 2. Strengthen IP laws and regulations for a balanced IP system that protects IP and also promotes innovation and creativity 3. Strengthen infrastructure esp. of IPOs for provision of 1 st class services to all users/creative sectors & facilitate access to IP information from DBs around world 4. Capacity-building – training targeting all possible users (policy-makers, lecturers, creators, inventors)

Development Agenda for WIPO Adopted: September 2007 • emphasis on use of IP for Development Agenda for WIPO Adopted: September 2007 • emphasis on use of IP for development Challenge: facilitate use of IP by developing countries for economic, social, cultural development 45 agreed proposals (6 clusters of activities) • • • Technical Assistance and Capacity Building; Norm-setting, Flexibilities, Public Policy and Public Knowledge; Technology Transfer, Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and Access to Knowledge; Assessments, Evaluation and Impact Studies; Institutional Matters including Mandate and Governance Committee on Development and Intellectual Property • monitor, assess, discuss and report on implementation of recommendations and discuss IP and development issues Development Agenda Coordination Division • Ensure agreed outcomes reflected in relevant programs

WIPO Academy http: //www. wipo. int/academy/en/ Provides training to promote use of IP for WIPO Academy http: //www. wipo. int/academy/en/ Provides training to promote use of IP for development in line with evolving IP landscape Int’l, interdisciplinary approach to IP education Face-to-face training/distance learning Aims to promote international cooperation to enhance human IP capital through global networking with stakeholders and partners PROGRAMS: • Professional Development (IPOs) • Partnership Program (Universities, etc. ) • Distance Learning Program (expanding portfolio of courses) • Executive Program (launch November 2011) • Summer Schools Program • Internships at WIPO

Strategic Goals 1. Balanced Evolution of the International Normative Framework ü Ensure development of Strategic Goals 1. Balanced Evolution of the International Normative Framework ü Ensure development of international IP law keeps pace with rapidly evolving technological, geo-economic, social & cultural environment 2. Provision of Premier Global IP Services ü Make core income generating business areas more cost-effective, and ensure they provide value added 3. Facilitating the Use of IP for Development ü Reflects commitment to ensuring all countries are able to benefit from ü 4. use of IP for development Mainstreaming of development activity in all substantive areas Coordination and Development of Global IP Infrastructure ü New orientation – responds to need for greater technical standardization and work sharing/exchange between offices; best practices; and the need to facilitate participation in global infrastructure/access to benefits;

Strategic Goals 5. World Reference Source for IP Information and Analysis ü 6. International Strategic Goals 5. World Reference Source for IP Information and Analysis ü 6. International Cooperation on Building Respect for IP ü ü 7. Determination to re-establish WIPO as leading IGO for addressing intersection between IP and global public policy issues Responsive Communications Interface between WIPO, its Member States and all Stakeholders ü 9. Respect for IPRs is a principle shared by all Member States. Aims to enhance cooperation in building respect for IPRs; broad goal aiming to identify elements to create an enabling environment Addressing IP in relation to Global Policy Themes ü 8. New impetus - response to demand for empirical analyses, impact studies; contribute to sharing of knowledge by developing a portal of comprehensive IP information resources . . . a customer services culture - http: //www. wipo. int/contact/en/ Efficient Administration and Financial Support Structure to enable timely delivery of Programs