Geographical Indications in Croatia, Zagreb, April 2011Geographical Indications in Croatia, Zagreb, April 2011

Experts gathered on 6 April 2011 in Zagreb at the occasion of a national conference on the importance of geographical indications (GI) hosted by the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Rural Development of the Republic of Croatia (MoA), the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). The aim of the Conference was to present experiences from other countries in the administration of the geographical indications registration system and initiate a discussion on the roles and competences of institutions in the registration procedure of geographical indications. The session was then followed by a two-day training with the aim to strengthen the capacity of the GI Commission, the MoA and other institutions involved in the development and protection of GIs in Croatia.
National Conference material - 6 April 2011
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Agenda download
Agenda download
Development of legal and institutional framework, MAFRD download
Economic significance of the GI designation, Agrokor download
Lessons learnt from EU and Swiss experiences download
Quality linked to geographical origin and GIs, FAO download
Setting up a GI at local level, the case of the Istria Region download
Why develop GIs in Croatia? Public institutions point of view, MAFRD download
Training sessions - 7 and 8 April 2011
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Agenda download
Agenda download
Case study presentation (Rye bread of Valais) download
Different possible purpose and type of inventories download
Exercises download
FAO methodology and web tool download
Key factors for a GI application download
Methodology material download
Training objectives download

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