UTS Library

Tenth Anniversary of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

Natalie Stoianoff

A Pluralistic Approach to Indigenous Knowledge Protection: Designing an Australian Model

13 September 2017, 1-2PM

LEVEL 2, UTS LIBRARY EVENTS SPACE

An exploration of the variety of protection regimes developed for Indigenous or traditional knowledge and culture across the globe presented by Professor Natalie Stoianoff, Director of the Intellectual Property Program in the Faculty of Law and Chair of the Indigenous Knowledge Forum Committee.

UPDATE: To those students and staff who were unable to attend the talk, please see Professor Natalie Stoianoff's notes in the PDF attachment below.  

Talk: Garawanga Project image 2  Talk: Garawanga Project image 1

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