New skills to deal with the risks of counterfeiting in consumer goods for children
Two intellectual outputs
NOOC for consumer organisations
Free and open online nano-course
- How to avoid buying counterfeit children’s products
- Counterfeit children’s products: a risk to the health of the most vulnerable, the environment and the economy
- Specific course for consumer associations, organisations and authorities that educate EU consumers
- REady in 2023
NOOC for businesses of children’s products sector
Free and open online nano-course
- Protect your intellectual property rights and improve the competitiveness of your business
- Learn how new technologies can help you protect your product and improve its safety
- Course specially designed for staff of SMEs in the children’s products sector
- Ready in 2023
Miniature training pills with videos, lessons, images, reading material, activities, tests, infographics, etc. on intellectual property, children’s product safety and new technologies applied to product safety and protection.
Tools that integrate blockchain technology and gamification during the learning process by awarding tokens to users.
Have fun with case studies using augmented reality.
Learn the way that suits you. The training materials can be used in a structured approach over the course or independently. Take the pill you need at any time.
Videos are also available on our YouTube channel
Reuse CounterRisk materials whenever and however you want in your company/organisation, in your classroom or in your new campaign.
Materials are available under a Creative Commons License
Oleksandr Bulayenko is Researcher and Education & Scientific Coordinator at the Centre for International Intellectual Property Studies (CEIPI), University of Strasbourg (France), and Associate Researcher at the Institute for Information Law (IViR), University of Amsterdam (Netherlands). He is responsible for the WIPO/CEIPI/INPI training on technology transfer and licensing and for the training programme Regulatory Affairs and IP Protection in the Pharmaceutical Industry. He has carried out multiple projects on IP and digital services for EU institutions.
Researcher on safety and the risk assessment of children’s products at the AIJU Laboratory. Expert in children’s products safety. She is an expert member of the national Committee AEN/CTN 172 “Children” and the European Committee of standardisation CEN/TC 252 “Child care and use articles”.
Giancarlo is an Associate Professor at the Centre for International Intellectual Property Studies at Strasbourg University and Co-director of the Master 2 in EU and International Intellectual Property Law. He is also a fellow at Stanford Law School CIS and Faculty Associate of the NEXA Centre in Turin. Having published almost one hundred publications and led or contributed to several international projects, he has a vast teaching and research expertise in multiple IP/IT law areas.
He graduated in Computer Science, is an Expert in Distributed and Parallel Computing and holds a PhD in Computer Science and is a University professor. He is author of several scientific articles in his field of work: Data Science, development of computer vision algorithms, machine learning, image and natural language processing and digital signal processing for neurofeedback.
He graduated from the University of Economics in Prague, Faculty of Organisation and Management. He has 15 years’ experience as director of trade and marketing at the Czech Union of Producers Coop. Since 2011, he has been Executive Vice Chairman of the Czech Toy and Game Association and manager of European projects, (projects: SME in Dialogue, MARKETING, ALIANCE, ISIP, SAMNIC, iBUS, Ecom4Children). He has also worked as a lecturer in the field of management and marketing, and has an extensive range of published works. He speaks Czech, German, Russian and English.