SEED Gold Award Winners

On 4 February 2010, Natural Justice was awarded the SEED Gold Award at a ceremony co-hosted by SEED and the Department of Science and Technology at parliament in Cape Town, South Africa. The Gold Award was given to five winners from 1,100 entries from across the globe, and was awarded to Natural Justice as an “exceptional social and environmental start-up enterprise”, in particular for the biocultural community protocols initiative. The ceremony was a great success with representatives from partner organisations displaying interest and offering to support Natural Justice in future endeavours. The award includes skills training and capacity development for Natural Justice, with the goal of enhancing an already successful organisation.

5 February 2010


Community Protocols

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