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Geographical names are essential in decision-making for the public and private sphere alike – and aid cooperation among local, national and international organizations. (...) Between sessions, much of the ongoing work has been carried out by the 23 geographical/linguistic divisions and the 10 working groups of UNGEGN. (...) “The growing acknowledgement of geographical names as part of a nation’s intangible cultural heritage might also add to the activity in geographical names standardization.”
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Score: 643399.9 - https://www.un.org/press/en/2012/stat447.doc.htm
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The United Nations Group of Experts aim is to increase the awareness of benefits of geographical names standardization by encouraging the collection, storage and authorization of geographical names, and to promote international and regional cooperation in that field.   (...) The Group carries out its work through the activities of 24 linguistic/geographical divisions and 10 working groups, as well as 2 special task teams. The thirtieth session opens at 10:30 a.m. on Monday, 7 August, with United Nations Group of Experts on Geographical Names Chair William Watt officially opening the session.  
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Score: 642227.44 - https://www.un.org/press/en/2017/stat459.doc.htm
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Chair report: multilateral system of notification and registration of geographical indications for wines and spirits WORLD TRADE ORGANIZATION TN/IP/18 9 June 2008 (08-2700) Council for Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights Special Session MULTILATERAL SYSTEM OF NOTIFICATION AND REGISTRATION OF GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATIONS FOR WINES AND SPIRITS Report by the Chairman 1. (...) Other points which remain to be settled are whether notifications: (a) should, on a mandatory or voluntary basis, include information identifying the producers of the wine or spirit entitled to use the geographical indication in the notifying Member and/or the owner of the geographical indication; and (b) may include other information that the notifying Member considers may be useful in facilitating protection of the geographical indication, such as: (i) details of the quality, reputation or other characteristics of the wine or spirit essentially attributable to its geographical origin; (ii) for information purposes only, any bilateral, regional and/or multilateral agreement under which the geographical indication is protected. (...) Regarding the issue of registration of geographical indications in the system it is my sense that there is significant common ground among Members on the following elements: (a) following receipt of a notification of a geographical indication, the administering body shall register the notified geographical indication on the register of geographical indications for wines and spirits; (b) the registration of the notified geographical indication on the register shall consist of the recording on the register of the information provided in the notification; and (c) the administering body shall notify all WTO Members of the registration of each notified geographical indication. 18.
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Score: 642149.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr.../giregister_chair_9jun08_e.pdf
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Chair's report Multilateral system of notification and registration of geographical indications for wines and spirits TN/IP/18 Page 6 TN/IP/18 Page 7 World Trade Organization TN/IP/18 9 June 2008 (08-2700) Council for Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights Special Session MULTILATERAL SYSTEM OF NOTIFICATION AND REGISTRATION OF GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATIONS FOR WINES AND SPIRITS Report by the Chairman 1. (...) Other points which remain to be settled are whether notifications: (a) should, on a mandatory or voluntary basis, include information identifying the producers of the wine or spirit entitled to use the geographical indication in the notifying Member and/or the owner of the geographical indication; and (b) may include other information that the notifying Member considers may be useful in facilitating protection of the geographical indication, such as: (i) details of the quality, reputation or other characteristics of the wine or spirit essentially attributable to its geographical origin; (ii) for information purposes only, any bilateral, regional and/or multilateral agreement under which the geographical indication is protected. 16. (...) Regarding the issue of registration of geographical indications in the system it is my sense that there is significant common ground among Members on the following elements: (a) following receipt of a notification of a geographical indication, the administering body shall register the notified geographical indication on the register of geographical indications for wines and spirits; (b) the registration of the notified geographical indication on the register shall consist of the recording on the register of the information provided in the notification; and (c) the administering body shall notify all WTO Members of the registration of each notified geographical indication. 18.
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Score: 642149.8 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr.../giregister_chair_9jun08_e.doc
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More than 150 experts on geographical names from all 24 linguistic/geographical divisions of the Group of Experts came together for five days to discuss and share practices, methodologies and new developments in the national standardization of geographical names.  (...) The overall purpose of the presentations was to raise awareness of new technological developments relating to geographical names in order to stimulate new thoughts and to encourage synergies with other related organizations. (...) Geographical names are of vital significance to almost all socioeconomic activities, and each geographic entity, therefore, needs to be uniquely identified, without ambiguity.  
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Score: 641986.57 - https://www.un.org/press/en/2014/stat451.doc.htm
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National Geographic's Chief Content Officer Chris Johns said: "National Geographic's reporting on food greatly benefits by our partnership with the FAO and we are very pleased to be formalizing a longer term relationship." (...) Chris Johns, Chief Content Officer, National Geographic Society and FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva sign the partnership agreement. Share this page Related links National Geographic - Future of Food FAO Statistics Second International Conference on Nutrition (ICN2) FAO and the Right to Food Audio Kaitlin Yarnall, Deputy Creative Director of National Geographic Magazine.
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Score: 641691.1 - https://www.fao.org/news/story/it/item/260951/icode/
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National Geographic's Chief Content Officer Chris Johns said: "National Geographic's reporting on food greatly benefits by our partnership with the FAO and we are very pleased to be formalizing a longer term relationship." (...) Chris Johns, Chief Content Officer, National Geographic Society and FAO Director-General José Graziano da Silva sign the partnership agreement. Share this page Related links National Geographic - Future of Food FAO Statistics Second International Conference on Nutrition (ICN2) FAO and the Right to Food Audio Kaitlin Yarnall, Deputy Creative Director of National Geographic Magazine.
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Score: 641691.1 - https://www.fao.org/news/story/en/item/260951/icode/
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PART II: REGISTRATION OF GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATIONS Application for 9. The application for the registration of a Registration geographical indication shall be made on Form No. 1 and shall be signed by the applicant. (...) No.: Telegraphic Address: Telex No.: Fax No.: III. GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATION The geographical indication for which registration is sought is the following: IV. (...) GOODS The goods for which the geographical indication is used are the following: VI.
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Score: 641372 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/ton_e/WTACCTON12A1_LEG_4.pdf
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In EC – Trademarks and Geographical Indications (US), the Panel accepted that a "designation of origin" and "geographical indication" defined in the EC Regulation in different terms fell within the definition in Article 22.1: "The term 'geographical indications' is defined in Article 22.1 of the TRIPS Agreement. (...) However, Article 62 lies outside the Panel's terms of reference."9 7 Panel Report, EC – Trademarks and Geographical Indications (US), paras. 7.742-7.743. 8 Panel Report in EC – Trademarks and Geographical Indications (US), para. 7.170. See also Panel Report in EC – Trademarks and Geographical Indications (Australia), para. 7.203. 9 Panel Report, EC – Trademarks and Geographical Indications (US), paras. 7.754-7.756.
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Score: 640541.6 - https://www.wto.org/english/re...s_e/ai17_e/trips_art22_jur.pdf
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150 Tag Manual for Thesaurus and Geographical Name Records TAGS 0XX 5XX 1XX 6XX 4XX 9XX Other Manuals Thesaurus Library Home UN Home   150 HEADING - TOPICAL TERM OR GEOGRAPHIC NAME   MARC 21 INDICATORS   An established topical term or geographic name used in main subject headings in established heading records. Note: In UNBIS, MARC tags 150 (TOPICAL TERM) and 151 (GEOGRAPHIC NAME) are combined in one field. Names of countries and major geographical regions are incorporated into the UNBIS Thesaurus and are treated as topical terms but are coded, by virtue of the first indicator (9) , as geographical terms. (...) Subfield Codes $a - Topical term or geographic name entry element (NR). In UNBIS, the complete topical or geographic term is entered in $a.
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Score: 640499.46 - https://www.un.org/depts/dhl/u...ref_manual/thesaurus/th150.htm
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