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The ASEAN Framework Agreement on Access to Biological and Genetic Resources

Filename: aseanabsframework.pdf
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Date: 19 August 2011
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The ASEAN Framework Agreement on Access to Biological and Genetic Resources, Draft Text, 24 February 2000.

Report of the seminar on the draft principles and guidelines for the protection of the heritage of indigenous people

Filename: protectionheritage.pdf
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Date: 19 August 2011
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Report of the seminar on the draft principles and guidelines for the protection of the heritage of indigenous people [E/C.4/Sub.2/2000/26].

The Biodiversity Convention

Filename: cbdipconcerns.pdf
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Date: 19 August 2011
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The Biodiversity Convention - The concerns of indigenous peoples. Submission of the International Alliance to the CBD Secretariat, May 1996.

This paper has been prepared by the International Alliance of the Indigenous Peoples of the Tropical Rainforest, which represents indigenous organizations in Latin America, Africa, Asia and the Pacific, in response to a request from the Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity for information on indigenous and local communities, with particular reference to Article 8j. The Alliance brings together indigenous organizations from 31 tropical forest countries.

Negotiating Diversity

Filename: negodiversity.pdf
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Date: 19 August 2011
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Negotiating Diversity: A Field Guide to the Convention on Biological Diversity by Paul Oldham.

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Looking Through Indigenous Peoples' Eyes

Filename: vol3.pdf
File Size: 96.20 kB
Date: 19 August 2011
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Looking Through Indigenous Peoples' Eyes by Victoria Tauli-Corpuz

Mapping Ancestral Lands and Waters

Filename: pafid.pdf
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Date: 19 August 2011
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Mapping Ancestral Lands and Waters by Saragpunta Foundation and PAFID.

The Great Protection Racket: Imposing indigenous peoples' rights on traditional knowledge

Filename: imposing.pdf
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Date: 19 August 2011
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Most Seedling readers will find the idea of using IPRs to protect traditional knowledge bizarre, if not offensive. IPRs are now routinely used by commercial interests to appropriate and exploit traditional knowledge. Experience tells us that IPRs rank among the major threats to its protection, not one of its defences. But a WIPO committee in Geneva is proposing just that: to create an entirely new form of IPR especially for traditional knowledge. How should indigenous groups, farmers and other holders of traditional knowledge respond?

Community or Commodity

Filename: commodity.pdf
File Size: 290.17 kB
Date: 19 August 2011
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Community or Commodity: What future for traditional knowledge?

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