Monthly Archives: October 2016
The Entrepreneurship, Commercialisation and Innovation Centre (ECIC) of The University of Adelaide co-hosted with the EU Centre for Global Affairs a national speaking tour by Dr Gunter Pauli, an internationally renowned sustainability entrepreneur from Belgium. The speaking tour took place between 10 and 17 October 2016, starting in Adelaide and including a series of public […]
The University of Adelaide would like to invite you to the launch of Adelaide’s participation in Climathon 2016, in the presence of the Minister for Sustainability, Environment & Conservation, The Hon Ian Hunter MLC, and The Right Hon Lord Mayor of Adelaide, Martin Haese. Cities all over the world are participating in this 24 hour […]
By Yves Renouf, IIT Visiting WTO Fellow This year, the Asia WTO Research Network Annual Conference, held in Hong Kong on 16-17 May, discussed the paradigm shift in international trade regulation that may result from the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Dr Danny Friedmann, Research Associate in the Law Faculty of the Chinese University of Hong Kong, discussed […]
28 October 2016 | Luncheon Discussion | What’s in a Name? Geographical Indications. How they are handled in the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) and implications for the EU/Australia FTA?
The EU Centre for Global Affairs invites you to a formal luncheon discussion on the origin labelling implications for local South Australian food and beverage producers – as well as the EU/Australia FTA negotiations – of the TPP’s push towards a trademark system (rather than sui generis system) to protect Geographical Indications. Date: Friday, 28 October […]