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Author: Silke von Lewinski
ISBN: 9041124926
Pages: 562 pages
Publisher: Kluwer Law International; 2 edition (April 14, 2008)
Language: English
Category: Administrative Law
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For indigenous cultures, property is an alien concept. Yet the market-driven industries of the developed world do not hesitate to exploit indigenous raw materials. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work.

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Existing intellectual property law, for the most part, allows industries to use indigenous knowledge and resources without ask For indigenous cultures, property is an alien concept. Yet the market-driven industries of the developed world do not hesitate to exploit indigenous raw materials, from melodies to plants, using intellectual property law to justify their behaviour.

Eight German specialists in intellectual public and international property law .

Eight German specialists in intellectual public and international property law examine current legal protections and the exploitation of the genetic and traditional resources of indigenous cultures by Western-style industries. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.

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SILKE von LEWINSKI is tenured at the Max Planck Institute for Intellectual Property, Munich and specialises in international and .

USA. S. von Lewinski frequently has been an expert consulting the European Commission, eg on the EC Rental Rights Directive (drafting of EC proposal and steering it through legislative process), and regarding the WIPO Diplomatic Conference 1996 (preparation, and member of the EC delegation).

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Lewinski, Silke von, Hahn, A. . v. Format: Book. Published: The Hague ; London : Kluwer Law International, 2004. Subjects: Intellectual property.

von Lewinski, . e. 2004. Indigenous Intellectual Property Issues in Archaeology. Indigenous Knowledge and Traditional Knowledge

von Lewinski, . Indigenous heritage and intellectual property: genetic resources, traditional knowledge, and folklore. The Hague and New York: Kluwer Law International. World Archaeological Congress. Indigenous Knowledge and Traditional Knowledge. Indigenous Peoples and the Challenges of Genetic/DNA Studies.

Indigenous intellectual property is an umbrella legal term used in national and international forums to identify indigenous peoples' claims of collective intellectual property rights to protect specific cultural knowledge of their groups

Indigenous intellectual property is an umbrella legal term used in national and international forums to identify indigenous peoples' claims of collective intellectual property rights to protect specific cultural knowledge of their groups

Автор: von Lewinski Silke Название: Indigenous Heritage and Intellectual Property ISBN: 9041124926 ISBN-13(EAN) .

Описание: For indigenous cultures, property is an alien concept. This book explores ways in which intellectual property law can expand to accommodate the interests of indigenous people to their traditional knowledge, genetic resources, indigenous names and designations, and folklore.

For indigenous cultures, property is an alien concept. Yet the market-driven industries of the developed world do not hesitate to exploit indigenous raw materials, from melodies to plants, using intellectual property law to justify their behaviour. Existing intellectual property law, for the most part, allows industries to use indigenous knowledge and resources without asking for consent and without sharing the benefits of such exploitation with the indigenous people themselves. It should surprise nobody that indigenous people object.

Recognizing that the commercial exploitation of indigenous knowledge and resources takes place in the midst of a genuine and significant clash of cultures, the eight contributors to this important book explore ways in which intellectual property law can expand to accommodate the interests of indigenous people to their traditional knowledge, genetic resources, indigenous names and designations, and folklore. In so doing they touch upon such fundamental issues and concepts as the following:

; collective rights to the living heritage; relevant human rights norms; benefit-sharing in biological resources; farmers rights; the practical needs of documentation, assistance, and advice; the role of customary law; bioprospecting and biopiracy; and public domain.

As a starting point toward mutual understanding and a common basis for communication between Western-style industries and indigenous communities, Indigenous Heritage and Intellectual Property is of immeasurable value. It offers not only an in-depth evaluation of the current legal situation under national, regional and international law including analyses of the Convention on Biological Diversity and other international instruments, as well as initiatives of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), and other international bodies but also probes numerous further possibilities. While no one concerned with indigenous culture or environmental issues can afford to ignore it, this book is also of special significance to practitioners and policymakers in intellectual property law in relation to indigenous heritage.

This book, here in its second edition, presents the most recent state of knowledge in the field.