GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATIONS : state of play and future regulatory developments at the european level
27 January 2023 – Online
A geographical indication (GI) is a sign used on products that have a specific geographical origin and possess characteristics, qualities and/or a reputation that are due to that origin.
In this webinar, we will define the concept of GI and explain the future development of the GI scheme within the EU and at international level. Using the case study of the GI for Limoges porcelain (France), this webinar will address the following key issues:
- What rights and protection does a geographical indication provide?
- For what type of products can geographical indications be used?
- What are the impacts of the GI for the producers and the territory?
- What role for the future European regulation on geographical indication?
10:00 – Introduction by the European Cluster of Ceramics, Florine BOULLE
10:15 – European Parliament position on the future GIs regulation, Marion WALSMANN, MEP
10:40 – Feedback from the BERNARDAUD company on the labelling process for the GI “Porcelaine de Limoges”
11:00 – Feedback on the labelling process of GIs “Olaria de Barcelos” and “ Figurado de Barcelos” promoted by the municipality of Barcelos, Nuno RODRIGUES
11:20 – GIs in Nouvelle Aquitaine Region and EU developments – Region Council of Nouvelle Aquitaine, Martine PINVILLE
11:30 – Syntheses and Future perspectives on GIs for craft products – AFIGIA, Audrey AUBARD
11:40 – Q&A
12:00 – End of webinar
Webinar free of charge