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14591IIED

Protecting community rights over traditional knowledge: implications of customary laws and practices (key findings and recommendations, 2005-2009)

… China and India. Follow the links below for more about our work on Biocultural heritage. … 14591IIED … Krystyna Swiderska … Alejandro Argumedo … …
Report/paper
  • Krystyna Swiderska
  • Alejandro Argumedo
  • Yiching Song
  • Jingsong Li
  • Ruchi Pant
  • Heraclio Herrera
  • Doris Mutta
  • Peter Munyi
  • S Vedavathy
17067IIED

Protecting traditional knowledge from the grassroots up

… genetic resources. Follow the links below for more about our work on Biocultural heritage. … 17067IIED … Krystyna Swiderska … Biodiversity … Protecting …
IIED Briefing
  • Krystyna Swiderska
14567IIED

Association ANDES: Conserving indigenous biocultural heritage

… with modern organisational models to assert indigenous rights to heritage in practical terms by establishing a new form of protected areas known as Indigenous Biocultural Heritage Areas (IBCHAs). These are locally and sustainably …
Report/paper
  • Alejandro Argumedo
  • Tammy Stenner
G03072

Protecting Farmers’ Rights with Indigenous Biocultural Heritage Territories: The Experience of the Potato Park

… of, and threats to, Farmers' Rights; and the use of Indigenous Biocultural Territories (IBCTs) for protection of these rights, drawing … IBCTs. Follow the links below for more about our work on Biocultural heritage. … G03072 … Michel Pimbert … Alejandro Argumedo … Food and …
Report/paper
  • Michel Pimbert
  • Alejandro Argumedo
14537IIED

Banishing the biopirates: a new approach to protecting traditional knowledge

… customary laws. These components of indigenous knowledge systems and heritage cannot be separated. A new framework for protecting TK, known as collective bio-cultural heritage, addresses biodiversity and culture together, …
Report/paper
  • Krystyna Swiderska
14531IIED

Protecting indigenous knowledge against biopiracy in the Andes

… This paper presents the Indigenous Biocultural Heritage Register, an approach developed by Andean communities in Peru …
Report/paper
  • Alejandro Argumedo
  • Michel Pimbert
G01253

Protecting community rights over traditional knowledge: implications of customary laws and practices (interim report)

… over resources. Follow the links below for more about our work on Biocultural heritage. … G01253 … Krystyna Swiderska … Alejandro Argumedo … Ruchi …
Report/paper
  • Krystyna Swiderska
  • Alejandro Argumedo
  • Ruchi Pant
  • S. Vedavathy
  • Jacob Nellithanam
  • Peter Munyi
  • Doris Mutta
  • Yiching Song
  • Heraclio Herrera
  • Hector Barrios
G01069

Protecting traditional knowledge: a framework based on customary laws and biocultural heritage

… and customary laws are inextricably linked elements of indigenous ‘bio-cultural heritage’. This paper explores the concept of ‘Collective Bio-Cultural … traditional knowledge: a framework based on customary laws and biocultural heritage
Report/paper
  • Krystyna Swiderska
G01099

Fifth Session of the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues. Statement by IIED, Andes (Peru) and Call of the Earth

… addressing the issue of Human Rights and the protection of indigenous bio-cultural heritage, which is essential to improve the wellbeing of indigenous …
Report/paper
  • IIED
  • Call of the Earth
G01255

Towards a Holistic Approach to Indigenous Knowledge Protection: UN Activities, `Collective Bio-Cultural Heritage' and the UNPFII

… need to be addressed. It also explores the concept of `Collective Bio-Cultural Heritage' as a means to address the gaps in UN processes, and identifies … Knowledge Protection: UN Activities, `Collective Bio-Cultural Heritage' and the UNPFII …
Report/paper
  • Krystyna Swiderska
  • Alejandro Argumedo