Agenda and other documents, including on Broadcast Organizations and Biological Diversity, for the WIPO General Assembly of 26 September to 5 October (links)

September 8, 2005

Geneva, 07 Sep 2005

WIPO GENERAL ASSEMBLY
Thirty-Second (17th Ordinary) Session
Geneva, September 26 to October 5, 2005
PROTECTION OF BROADCASTING ORGANIZATIONS Document prepared by the Secretariat

Draft Agenda of the Diplomatic Conference

  • Opening of the Conference by the Director General of WIPO

  • Consideration and adoption of the Rules of Procedure

  • Election of the President of the Conference

  • Consideration and adoption of the agenda

  • Election of the Vice-Presidents of the Conference

  • Election of the members of the Credentials Committee

  • Election of the members of the Drafting Committee

  • Election of the Officers of the Credentials Committee, the Main Committees and Drafting Committee

  • Consideration of the first report of the Credentials Committee

  • Opening declarations by Delegations and by representatives of Observer Organizations

  • Consideration of the texts proposed by the Main Committees

  • Consideration of the second report of the Credentials Committee

  • Adoption of the Treaty

  • Adoption of any recommendation, resolution, agreed statement or final act

  • Closing declarations by Delegations and by representatives of Observer Organizations

  • Closing of the Conference by the President.-

    ASSEMBLIES OF THE MEMBER STATES OF WIPO
    Forty-First Series of Meetings
    Geneva, September 26 to October 5, 2005
    PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION OVERVIEW
    JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 2005

    WIPO GENERAL ASSEMBLY
    Thirty-Second (17th Ordinary) Session
    Geneva, September 26 to October 5, 2005
    INVITATION TO WIPO FROM THE CONFERENCE OF PARTIES OF THE CONVENTION ON BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY Document prepared by the International Bureau

    I. INTRODUCTION

    1. At its Thirty?First Session, the General Assembly agreed to respond positively to an invitation from the Conference of Parties (COP) of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) for WIPO to undertake further work on the relationship between intellectual property disclosure requirements and genetic resources and associated traditional knowledge. The General Assembly established a process and timetable for the preparation of a draft examination of issues. This document describes the background and the steps carried out in the agreed process, and attaches the third draft of the examination of issues, for the General Assembly to review and, if it so decides, to transmit to the CBD COP.

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