Protection of ‘handicraft’ as geographical indications under municipal law, TRIPS and BTAs vis-à-vis CETA: ‘Bangladeshi Jamdani ’ as case study
作者: Mohammad Ataul KarimMohammad Ershadul Karim
作者单位: 1Senior Lecturer, Department of Law, East West University, Dhaka, Bangladesh
2Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Law, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
刊名: Queen Mary Journal of Intellectual Property, 2017, Vol.7 (1), pp.49-73
来源数据库: Edward Elgar Publishing
DOI: 10.4337/qmjip.2017.01.03
关键词: TRIPS Agreementgeographical indicationsmisleading the consumershandicraftJamdani
原始语种摘要: Handicrafts often demonstrate indigenous knowledge, traditional cultural expressions of artisans, small or big tribes and even nations at large. Crafting communities invest their labours and merits from generation to generation to create aesthetic and artistic handicrafts that both reflect their intellectual inputs and represent their community life styles, enabling them to benefit from protection under the geographical indications (GIs) regime. Even though these handicrafts may be protected as GIs under the provisions of international instruments and municipal laws (as enacted by around 160 countries), the international legal position on GIs is still a mess. Bangladesh and India, two friendly neighbours of South Asia, have had many things in common for centuries. A few years back, India...
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  • generation 世代
  • geographical 地理的
  • legal 正当的
  • settle 沉降
  • historic 历史的
  • municipal 城市
  • reflect 反射
  • ultimately 最终
  • facing 车端面
  • artistic 艺术的