Ukraine is intensifying activities within the framework of the Regional Group of the Central European and Baltic States (CEBS) of WIPO, which aims at the development of the IP sphere, creative industries, educational activities, support for innovation within the member states, and cooperation with the World Intellectual Property Organization.
At the beginning of April, the pilot issue of the CEBS Newsletter: “CEBS Women” was released, which collected inspiring stories about women from the member states of the CEBS group; their world-changing achievements; statistics, and interesting facts.
For example, did you know that, according to UNESCO, Ukraine has a significant share of female scientists (45% against 28% on average worldwide), and in the Ukrainian IP Office, about 75% of employees are women?
Read this and much more in the quarterly CEBS Newsletter information bulletin. It also contains information about the results of the work of the regional group and the current situation of the IP sphere of the member states.
Key topics for 2023:
In the CEBS Newsletter, you can also familiarize yourself with the projects and programs of the Division for Transition and Developed Countries of WIPO, which takes care of the member states of the CEBS group:
You can get acquainted with the issue of “CEBS Newsletter: CEBS Women” by following the links:
In March 2022, Ukraine became a member of the Regional Group of the Central European and Baltic States (CEBS) of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO).
CEBS currently has 19 participating countries: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Georgia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, North Macedonia, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Hungary, Ukraine, Croatia, Czech Republic, and Montenegro.
Poland performs the role of Coordinator of the group in 2023.