Protocolos Comunitarios Bioculturales

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Biocultural community protocols (BCPs) articulate community-determined values, procedures and priorities. They set out rights and responsibilities under customary, state and international law as the basis for engaging with external actors such as governments, companies, academics and NGOs. They can be used as catalysts for constructive and proactive responses to threats and opportunities posed by land and resource development, conservation, research, and other legal and policy frameworks.

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