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Documents from 2001 to 2005 (click)

2000
Alcances Iniciales sobre un Registro de Conocimientos, Innovaciones y Practicas de Comunidades Indigenas Asociados a la Biodiversidad, 2000.
Author: Manuel Ruiz / Serie de Política y Derecho Ambiental de la SPDA.

Biodiversity for sale: dismantling the hype about benefit sharing, 2000.
Author: GAIA Foundation, Genetic Resources Action International (GRAIN).

Commercialisation of Indigenous Knowledge and Benefit Sharing, 2000.
Author: Dr. Suman Sahai, Gene Campaign, India / UNCTAD Expert Meeting on Systems and National Experiences for Protecting Traditional Knowledge, Innovations and Practices, Geneva, 30 October – 1 November 2000.

Derechos de propiedad intelectual sobre los conocimientos de las comunidades étnicas, 2000.
Authors: Álvaro Zerda-Sarmiento, Clemente Forero -Pineda.

El Cártel de la Biodiversidad: Transformación de Conocimientos Tradicionales en Secretos Comerciales, 2000.
Authors: Joseph Henry Vogel (editor), Rocío Alarcon y Malki Saenz Garcia, Manolo Morales, Robert Lindstrom.

Genetic Resources & traditional Knowledge Use and Commercialization in Vietnam: The Case of the Crop, Plants and Medicinal Plants, 2000.
Author: Le Quy An, President Vietnamese Association for Conservation of Nature and Environment / UNCTAD Expert Meeting on Systems and National Experiences for Protecting Traditional Knowledge, Innovations and Practices, Geneva, 30 October – 1 November 2000.

Indigenous knowledge and intellectual property rights, 2000.
Author: Siddhartha Prakash / IK Note, the Africa Region's Knowledge and Learning Center, N°19, April 2000.

Intellectual property needs and expectations of traditional knowledge holders, 2000.
Author: World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) / WIPO Report on Fact-finding Missions on Intellectual Property and Traditional Knowledge (1998-1999).

Intellectual property rights and biodiversity in Brazil: conservation, sustainable use and protection of the indigenous rights, 2000.
Author: Francisco Eugenio Machado Arcanjo / Institute of Brazilian Business and Public Management Issues - IBI.

Is traditional or cultural knowledge a form of Intellectual Property?, 2000.
Author: K. Puri / Electronic Journal of Intellectual Property Rights, Oxford IP Research Centre - Working and Seminar Papers.

Les connaissances autochtones et le droit de la propriété intellectuelle, 2000.
Author: Siddhartha Prakash / Notes CA, Banque Mondiale, N°19.

Los Derechos Indigenas y los Derechos de Propiedad Intelectual, Bolivia, 2000.
Author: Dr. Javier Ernesto Muñoz Pereyra / UNCTAD Expert Meeting on Systems and National Experiences for Protecting Traditional Knowledge, Innovations and Practices, Geneva, 30 October – 1 November 2000.

"Pandora's Box": TRIPS Article 27(3)(b) and the CBD, 2000.
Authors: R. Lettington, M. Manek / Genetic Engineering & Intellectual Property Rights Resource Center (IATP).

"Parar la biopiratería en México": Organizaciones indígenas de Chiapas reclaman moratoria inmediata. Las autoridades mexicanas niegan el permiso de bioprospección, 2000.
Author: Fundación Internacional para el Progreso Rural (RAFI).

"Propuestas de Régimen de Protección de los Conocimientos Colectivos de los Pueblos Indígenas", 2000.
Authors: Juan Luis Avendaño Cisneros, Ana María Pacón, Gonzalo Ruiz y Begoña Venero, con la colaboración de Sylvia Bazán, Armando Cáceres y Beatriz Boza / Documento de Trabajo Nº 010, Area de Estudios Económicos del Indecopi.

Reporte de la Reunión de la UNCTAD sobre Experiencias Nacionales y Sistemas para la Protección del Conocimiento, las Innovaciones y las Prácticas Tradicionales, Ginebra, 30 de octubre al 1 de noviembre de 2000.
Author: Silvia Rodríguez Cervantes.

Report of the Inter-Regional Workshop on Intellectual Property Rights in the Context of Traditional Medicine, 2000.
Author: World Health Organisation (WHO) / Bangkok, Thailand, 6–8 December 2000.

Report of the UNCTAD Expert Meeting on Systems and National Experiences for Protecting Traditional Knowledge, Innovations and Practices, 2000.
Author: UNCTAD Secretariat / Commission on Trade in Goods and Services, and Commodities, Fifth session, Geneva, 19 February 2001.

Sistemas Sui Generis para la protección del Conocimiento Tradicional, 2000.
Author: Atencio López Martinez, Asociación Napguana Panamá / UNCTAD Expert Meeting on Systems and National Experiences for Protecting Traditional Knowledge, Innovations and Practices, Geneva, 30 October – 1 November 2000.

Systems and national experiences for protecting traditional knowledge, innovations, and proctices, 2000.
Author: Background Note by the UNCTAD Secretariat / Commission on Trade in Goods and Services, and Commodities, Expert Meeting on Systems and National Experiences for Protecting Traditional Knowledge, Innovations and Practices, Geneva, 30 October – 1 November 2000.

The Biodiversity Cartel: Transforming Traditional Knowledge into Trade Secrets, 2000.
Authors: Joseph Henry Vogel (Editor), Rocío Alarcon and Malki Saenz Garcia, Manolo Morales, Robert Lindstrom / CARE, Proyecto SUBIR.

The Peruvian Proposal on the Protection of Traditional Knowledge, 2000.
Author: Dr. iur. Ana María Pacón / UNCTAD Expert Meeting on Systems and National Experiences for Protecting Traditional Knowledge, Innovations and Practices, Geneva, 30 October – 1 November 2000.

1999
Community Registries of Biodiversity-related Knowledge: The Role of Intellectual Property in Managing Access and Benefit Sharing, 1999.
Author: D.R. Downes, S.A. Laird (with contributions by G. Dutfield, T.D. Mays and J. Casey) / prepared for UNCTAD Biotrade Initiative.

Comunidades negras de Colombia: en defensa de biodiversidad, territotio y cultura, 1999.
Author: Escobar Arturo / Biodiversidad, Sustento y Culturas, Genetic Resources Action International (GRAIN).

Conocimientos Indigenas deben ser compensados, 1999.
Author: Gurdial Singh Nijar / Revista del Sur, N°93-94.

Innovative Mechanisms for Sharing Benefits of Biodiversity and Related Knowledge Case Studies on Geographical Indications and Trademarks, 1999.
Author: D.R. Downes, S.A. Laird, (with contributions by G. Dutfield and R. Wynberg) / prepared for UNCTAD Biotrade Initiative.

Intellectual Property and Aboriginal People: A Working Paper, 1999.
Authors: Simon Brascoupé, Karin Endemann / Research and Analysis Directorate, Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development Intellectual Property Policy Directorate, Industry Canada.

Intellectual Property in the Dreamtime: Protecting the Cultural Creativity of Indigenous Peoples, 1999.
Author: M. Blakeney / Oxford Intellectual Property Research Centre, Research Seminar, 9 November 1999.

Organizaciones Indígenas Mayas denuncian proyecto de biopiratería en Chiapas. La Universidad de Georgia se niega a suspender el proyecto, 1999.
Author: The Rural Advancement Foundation International (RAFI).

Our Culture: Our Future – Report on Australian Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property Rights, 1999.
Authors: Terri Janke, Michael Frankel / Prepared for Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait
Islander Studies and the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission.

Refleciones sobre la Disputa de la "Bioprospeccion" en Chiapas: Un análisis de los temas surgidos en la controversia sobre la “bioprospección” en Chiapas y la biopiratería., 1999.
Author: The Rural Advancement Foundation International (RAFI).

TRIPS and its Potential Impacts on Indigenous Peoples, 1999.
Author: Victoria Tauli-Corpuz / Tebtebba Briefing Paper, Indigenous People and Intellectual Property Rights, N°5.

Report on the Official Insignia of Native American Tribes, 1999.
Author: U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (PTO).

1998
Biodiversity, Genetic Resources, and Indigenous Peoples in Amazonia: (Re)Discovering the Wealth of Traditional Resources of Native Amazonians, 1998.
Authors: Darrell Addison Posey,

Intellectual Property Law and the Protection of Indigenous Folklore and Knowledge, 1998.
Author: J.W. Githaiga / Murdoch University Electronic Journal of Law, Vol. 5, N° 2.

Intellectual Property Protection and Traditional Knowledge: An Exploration in International Policy Discourse, 1998.
Author: John Mugabe / Paper Prepared for the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) by African Centre for Technology Studies (ACTS).

¿Misión imposaible para la OMPI?, 1998.
Author: Genetic Resources Action International (GRAIN).

1997
Beyond Article 27[3b]: Can the TRIPS Agreement Protect Biological and Cultural Diversity?, 1997.
Author: Graham Dutfield / BRIDGES, ICTSD, Vol. 1, N°3, September 1997.

Confinamientos de la Razon: Monopolios Intelectuales. Un Material de Apoyo sobre Conocimiento Local, Biodiversidad y Propiedad Intelectual., 1997.
Author: The Rural Advancement Foundation International (RAFI) / Preparado para el Programa de Desarrollo y Conservación de la Biodiversidad en Comunidades de Pequeños Agricultores (CBDC Programme).

Indigenous Peoples and Intellectual Property Rights, 1997.
Author: Michael Davis / Research Paper, Parliament of Australia, 1996-97, N°20.

Indigenous Peoples and the Use of Intellectual Property Rights in Canada: Case Studies Relating to Intellectual Property Rights and the Protection of Biodiversity, 1997.
Author: Mann Howard / International And Environmental Law and Policy.

Using Intellectual Property as a Tool to Protect Traditional Knowledge: Recommendations for Next Steps, 1997.
Author: D. Downes / Center for International Environmental Law (CIEL), CIEL Discussion Paper prepared for the Convention on Biological Diversity Workshop on Traditional Knowledge, Madrid, November 1997.

1995
Recognition, Rights and Reform: a Report to Government on Native Title Social Justice Measures, 1995.
Author: Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation, Australia.

1994
Toward more universal protection of intangible cultural property, 1994.
Author: Berryman, C. A. / Journal of Intellectual Property Law, N° 1.

1993
Biotechnology, Indigenous Peoples and Intellectual Property Rights, 1993.
Authors: J.R. Axt, M.L. Corn, M. Lee, D.M. Ackerman / Congressional Research Service, Washington DC: The Library of Congress.
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