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The Global Diversity Foundation’s Mesoamerican Programme

As a part of Natural Justice’s exploration of partnership with the Global Diversity Foundation’s Mesoamerican Programme, Harry Jonas presented on rights-based approaches to livelihoods, in situ conservation and the protection of traditional knowledge at the Instituto de Ecologia in Xalapa, Veracruz. The lecture was followed by a seminar with researchers from the Institute to discuss the opportunities and challenges of community empowerment around natural resource use and traditional knowledge. He thanks the Mesoamerican Programme coordinators, Carlos del Campo and Claudia Camacho, for organizing an excellent visit.

3 February 2010


Traditional Knowledge and Benefit Sharing

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