• Panel Discussion

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    Role of Intellectual Property (IP) & Design in an emerging economy
    Case Study: Bangladesh

    Panel discussion with Q&A, networking

    A chance to see and hear from various lenses on how intellectual property rights (IPR), copyright and design will affect the economy of Bangladesh. This event is aimed at creative & design sector professionals as well as those interested in Bangladesh & the sub region and will look to feed into wider policy issues in Bangladesh.

    When: Wednesday 31st October 2012

    Registration at 5.45pm – to start 6.15pm
    Finish 8.30pm

    Where: Intellect, Russell Square House, 10-12 Russell Square, London WC1B 5EE


    Speakers:

    ADM Hamidul Misbah, CEO, Bangladesh Copyright and I.P Forum

    Abbas Nokhasteh,  
    OpenVizor

    Enamul Hoque
    Photographer, Film-maker

    Sorwar Ahmed,
     Director, UrbanEngagement

    Lipi Begum,  
    Senior Lecturer, Marketing & Management, University of Wales Trinity Saint David & London College of Fashion


    VERY LIMITED SEATS SO PLEASE RSVP
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    For more info contact: bbflondon@btinternet.com / +44 (0) 7794968658

     

    Refreshments provided by:


    Newton Aycliffe

     

    Biography of Speakers:

    Sorwar Ahmed is a Chartered Town Planner who has been working in the built environment sector for over 20 years. He is Director of UrbanEngagement Ltd., a small specialist consultancy that aims to deliver better quality places through community engagement and dialogue around public services, infrastructure and design. He has been involved in developing a specialist community engagement software company, as well as a wide range of regeneration and urban design projects, including a masterplan for the largest foreign investment in Malta which capitalises on the country’s IT and creative sectors. Sorwar was Built Environment Advisor to the UK Department of Health, working with local authorities and the health sector to develop innovative practice in designing healthy places, and has led housing and economic regeneration programmes across London. Sorwar was elected Chair of the Royal Town Planning Institute’s London Region in 2000, and has recently been appointed a Design Council CABE Built Environment Expert.

    Lipi Begum – Fashion marketing and management lecturer at the London College of Fashion (LCF). She is currently working on a collaborative project between LCF, UNIDO and Bangladesh University of Fashion Textiles (BUFT) to build sustainable fashion education in Bangladesh. Lipi will discuss with panel members, how and why understanding the importance of IP in Bangladesh, is crucial to branding and building a sustainable and creative Bangladesh.

    Enamul Hoque is a photographer / filmmaker / artist based in London. He has been a professional photographer since 1989 and has worked on numerous campaigns for brands such as General Motors, Kodak, Nike, Sony, Unilever, Virgin, YKK among others.  His photographic work has been featured in various international magazines and exhibitions.
    Hoque is also a film-maker and a partner in Underbelly Film and has been making and producing films since 2003 as Underbelly Film.His films have been featured in museums such as Guggenheim, ICA, MUDAC , American Institute of Architecture museum, as well as others around the world.

    ADM Hamidul Misbah

    Abbas Nokhasteh is the director of Openvizor. Founded in 2006, Openvizor is an international non-profit arts and cultural organisation based in London, United Kingdom. Openvizor works with formal and informal networks to combine practical knowledge and research, learning from each other in collaborations exploring new ways to express, educate and organise from the ground up.  He is graduate of Kings College London (BA Hons War Studies) and Imperial College London (Executive MBA). He has presented research and curated events at cultural and academic institutions including The British Library; The Victoria and Albert Museum; The Architecture Foundation; The Serpentine Gallery London; The Jewish Museum Berlin; Goldsmiths, University of London; University of Oxford; Queens University Belfast, and Queen Mary, University of London.
    Openvizor partners and associates include artists and researchers from across the full range of disciplines, communities, institutions and organisations, as well as governmental and inter-governmental bodies, in places such as the United Kingdom, France, Turkey, Poland, Bangladesh, Colombia, Peru, Jamaica, United States, South Africa, Palestine, Qatar, Lebanon, China and Singapore.

     


     

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