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We extend our gratitude to all who joined us in celebrating ABPI’s 60th anniversary at the 43rd International Congress of the Brazilian Intellectual Property Association – ABPI.
The largest event of its kind in Latin America took place from August 20 to 22 in Rio de Janeiro.
You can watch the closing video here.
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This year’s theme was: “IP as a Promoter of Social Equality.” 

IP as a promoter of social equality

The search for social equality is under debate in all spheres of society, and the ABPI has been engaging in this issue for a long time, mainly due to its direct impact on innovation and economic development.

Investment in innovation, linked to the protection of companies’ Intellectual Property, in addition to stimulating creation and technological training, increasing competitiveness, is essential for building a fairer and more egalitarian society.

The social function of Intellectual Property is key to the social development of a country by enabling the effectiveness of fundamental and social rights, especially those related to culture, education and health.

Therefore, we argue that it is the role of the government to encourage innovation to reduce social inequality.

It is with this motto that we are going to debate the themes that will be dealt with at the 43rd ABPI congress.



 In this edition, the Congress will be hybrid again, a very successful format last year and which allowed the expansion of access to lectures.


Highlights of the 43rd ABPI International Congress

Registrations for ABPI’s 43rd International Congress are now open.

Take advantage of special discounts for members, professors, researchers, and students.

 Sponsors of the International ABPI Congress

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Table Topics are spaces with exclusive content and open to the exchange of experience between panelists and participants.
Don’t miss this opportunity and secure your spot.

The spots for the Table Topics are limited.
Register now and choose the topic of your interest among the five daily sessions.

Institutional Members