Natural Justice in the Media

Natural Justice in the Media

In addition to our own publications, Natural Justice and our partners are sometimes featured in other media such as online newspapers, blogs, and newsletters:

The Journey of a Book
The Hindu, January 2014

All voices heard: natural resources, conflict and company-community engagement
Quaker United Nations Office (QUNO), December 2013

Towards a ‘Top 10 Guidelines’ for researchers and conservation practitioners working on Sacred Natural Sites
Sacred Site Research Newsletter, October 2013

A Journey to the Sacred Forest of Sariska
Jen Morgan Blog, September 2013

Khoi-San will share in buchu profits
IOL News, September 2013

Khoi-San to benefit from big buchu deal
Cape Times, September 2013

Biopiracy bill would protect environment and honour indigenous knowledge
Positive News, August 2013

New Publications: The Right to Responsibility: Resisting and Engaging Development, Conservation, and the Law in Asia
Diplomacy Training Program E-Newsletter, July 2013

Reimagining International Law
The Ecologist, July 2013

The Right to Responsibility
IUCN-CEESP Newsletter, July 2013

Second edition of the Living Convention at the UNPFII and the WINC
IUCN-CEESP Newsletter, July 2013

Questions Arise Over EU Draft Regulation To Implement Nagoya Protocol
Intellectual Property Watch, July 2013

Resource: Opinion piece on the draft proposal on Nagoya Protocol implementation in the European Union
Traditional Knowledge Bulletin, June 2013

Lamu Port Project in Kenya – Call for Comments on Environmental Impact Assessment
Business & Human Rights Resource Centre, On the Horizon Bulletin Issue 30 (see page 7), April 2013

The Beating Heart of ICCAs in Central America
Sacred Natural Sites Initiative, March 2013

New Project in Guatemala on Sacred Forests Prepares for Inception Workshop
Sacred Natural Sites Initiative, March 2013

Intellectual Property Related to Genetic Resources and Access and Benefit Sharing (ABS) workshop in relation to the Nagoya Protocol and International Treaties
Ministry of Agriculture and Forests, Royal Government of Bhutan, March 2013

2012


Biocultural protocols: Livestock Keepers Confirm the Importance of this Tool
Ilse Köhler-Rollefson, IKRweb.wordpress.com, December 2012

The Living Convention on Biocultural Diversity
The International Society of Ethnobiology Newsletter Volume 4, Issue 1, December 2012

Resource: Living Convention on Biocultural Diversity
Traditional Knowledge Bulletin, November 2012

The Living Convention on Biocultural Diversity
Just Conservation, November 2012

Biocultural Community Protocols: Articulating and Asserting Stewardship
Just Conservation, November 2012

Invisible Guardians: Women manage livestock diversity
UN Food & Agriculture Organisation, November 2012

Reportaje: Protocolo biocultural del pueblo indígena “Miskitu”
La Tribuna, November 2012

The Invisible Guardians: Enforcing legal mechanisms can highlight Indigenous peoples’ importance in natural resource governance
Stockholm Resilience Centre Research News, November 2012

E-learning Series Highlights Access and Benefit Sharing
Namati Newsletter, September 2012

Resource: REDD e-module for communities
Traditional Knowledge Bulletin, September 2012

Kenyan Paradise at Risk Over Government Oil Port Plans
CNN.com, July 2012

Making the Nagoya Protocol Work at the Community Level
SciDev.net, July 2012

Community Protocols and FPIC: Lessons from Practice
ECO Newsletter, CBDAlliance.org, July 2012

Resource: UNDRIP E-Module for Communities
Traditional Knowledge Bulletin, July 2012

Limited Success of Technocratic Approaches
BizCommunity.com, June 2012

Resource: Publication on Community Protocols and PIC
Traditional Knowledge Bulletin, June 2012

Rights to Traditional Knowledge of Traditional Health Practitioners in Bushbuckridge Acknowledged in German Prime Time News
tagesthemen, May 2012 (in German, from 25:33-28:21)

Biocultural Community Protocols: A Toolkit for Community Facilitators
IUCN-CEESP Newsletter, May 2012

Dealing with Disclosure: Improving Transparency in Decision-Making Over Large-Scale Land Acquisitions, Allocations and Investments
Global Witness, International Land Coalition, the Oakland Institute, April 2012

Resource: Toolkit for Community Facilitators on Biocultural Community Protocols
Traditional Knowledge Bulletin, April 2012



2010

Biocultural Community Protocols: A Tool for Pastoralists to Secure Customary Rights to the Commons?
Ilse Kohler-Rollefson, pg. 16-18 in Common Voices, Issue 2, December 2010

Switzerland, Rooibos Tea, and the Battle Against Bio-piracy
Tax Justice Network, 10 November, 2010

Biopirates Plunder Developing World’s Genetic Diversity
Sydney Morning Herald, 23 October, 2010

NGOs: Biopiracy Ongoing as Governments Slowly Negotiate International Instrument
Intellectual Property Watch, 21 October, 2010

Snaring the Wealth: Can Negotiators Reach a Uniform Position on Patenting the World’s Genetic Resources?
Scientific American, 13 October, 2010

A Story of David versus Goliath
The South African Civil Society Information Service, 2 July, 2010

“Communities Know Better About Herbs”
Bangalore Express News Service, 2 June, 2010

Nestle Slammed for Bio-pirating
News24.com, 27 May, 2010

Kabir Bavikatte and Harry Jonas: Activist Lawyers
Financial Mail, South Africa, 13 May, 2010

Resource: Rights-Based Approach to Conservation Portal
UNU-IAS TK Bulletin, 14 April, 2010

BCPs: Empowering Stewards of Livestock Diversity
New Agriculturalist, March 2010

Suggested Readings: TK Commons and Raika BCP
Bibliotheca Alexandrina newsletter, February 2010


2009

BCPs: A Tool for Strengthening Livestock-keeping Communities
Drynet newsletter no. 7, December 2009

The Pitfalls of ‘Saving’ the Rainforest
State of the Planet Blog, The Earth Institute, Columbia University, 16 December, 2009

Motion for Debate
COMPAS Network’s Endogenous Development Magazine, 2009

Traditional Healing Gets a Big Boost
The Times of India, 30 November, 2009

  • Lima Call for Climate Action
    The 20th Session of the Conference of Parties (COP) of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change wrapped up over two weeks of negotiations with the release of the ‘Lima Call for Climat …

  • New Publication: South Africa Legal Review
    Supported by Ford Foundation Southern Africa, Natural Justice has coordinated a series of legal reviews in Southern Africa, examining the national laws and policies that support or undermine indigenou …

  • New Publication: Zimbabwe Legal Review
    Supported by Ford Foundation Southern Africa, Natural Justice has coordinated a series of legal reviews in Southern Africa, examining the national laws and policies that support or undermine indigenou …

  • The Road to Dignity by 2030: UN Launches Sustainable Development Blueprint
    Earlier this month the United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon released his “synthesis report” on the Post-2015 Agenda. The Road to Dignity by 2030: Ending Poverty, Transforming All Lives andProt …

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