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To enforce the goal and spirit of Protection Act for the Traditional Intellectual Creations of Indigenous Peoples (hereinafter referred to as “TICIP”), and enhance students and teachers' awareness of the theory and practice of the Act in domestic colleges , Council of Indigenous Peoples selected Fu Jen University, which is qualified to process and ratify the “The Indigenous Peoples Traditional and Intellectual Protection Talent Training Plan,” to hold a serial lecture “ Training new talents, Keeping the Original History” at the 4th floor of Schoütte Memorial Library, Cultural Multi-Functional Exhibition Space, in two days(21、22). The participants were mainly students majoring in Law, which showed the care of Indigenous peoples traditional and intellectual creation..
WANG MEI-PING, Director of Economic Development Department of Council of Indigenous Peoples, stated after TICIP was published in the end of 2008, Council of Indigenous Peoples spent several years consulting and pretesting. Finally, in March 2016, the new relevant law of TICIP was revised.” The legislation spirit of TICIP is to increase the awareness of Indigenous peoples’ Intellectual property, and authorize indigenous people the cultural recreation rights.” The purpose of TICIP is not to eliminate the recreation rights by using Indigenous peoples’ Intellectual property. Instead, the purpose is to ensure people are using the Indigenous peoples’ Intellectual property with the Indigenous Peoples’ agreement and authorization.
In 2017, Council of Indigenous Peoples will ratify total 8 universities to hold serial lectures “The Indigenous Peoples Traditional and Intellectual Protection Talent Training Plan”, Intensive courses or relevant courses for credits. Besides Fu Jen University, there are National Dong Hwa University, National Chung Cheng University, National Kaohsiung Normal University, Chinese Culture University, National Pingtung University of Science and Technology, Soochow University, and Dayeh University. Please pay attention to the course starting time and we welcome your participation.
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