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Los conocimientos tradicionales y la utilización consuetudinaria sostenible de la diversidad biológica

This module aims to provide an introduction to how communities’ traditional knowledge and customary sustainable uses of biodiversity are recognized and supported in international law. It explores the implications of a range of rights and responsibilities and how communities may be able to realize them in practice.

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