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Title: IPR for IK and the survival of IK in the emerging global village.
Authors: Muyingi, Hippolyte N.
Keywords: IKTC2011 Conference, 2011, Windhoek
Intellectual property rights
Indigenous knowledge
Traditional knowledge
Customary law
Sui generis rights
Indigenous Knowledge Technology Conference, 2011, Windhoek
Conferences and workshops
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: IKTC
Citation: Muyingi, H. N. (2011). IPR for IK and the survival of IK in the emerging global village. In N. J. Bidwell, & H. Winschiers-Theophilus (Eds.), Proceedings of the Indigenous Knowledge Technology Conference 2011 (IKTC2011): Embracing Indigenous Knowledge Systems in a New Technology Design Paradigm (pp.116-117). Windhoek, Namibia: IKTC2011
Abstract: This panel discusses the intellectual property rights of indigenous and traditional knowledge (IK) as currently billed by relevant international bodies and organisations. We focus on their relevance to communities in Sub-Saharan Africa as may be seen by researchers in IK as well as the communities under investigation. We highlight a few approaches from experts and indigenous people that should be considered in the bourgeoning of global research and public exposure of IK value
Description: Indigenous Knowledge Technology Conference (IKTC) (2011 Nov. 2-4: Windhoek, Namibia)
ISBN: 978-99945-72-37-3
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