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Mar 15

IIFB- WG8j9- Declaration on the INFORMED CONSENT

WG8j9 Indigenous Peoples, we reaffirm our status as such, are the holders of traditional knowledge, based on the right of ownership of our ancestral territories, and thus access to traditional knowledge, they must follow the rules and principles based on customary laws. Free Prior and Informed Consent (FPIC) should be binding, and further developed through …

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Mar 15

Declaración sobre el Consentimiento Fundamento Previo

WG8J9 (Download PDF of statement) Los Pueblos indígenas, reiteramos en nuestra condición de tales, somos los titulares del conocimiento tradicional, fundamentado en el derecho de propiedad ancestral de nuestros territorios, y por lo tanto para el acceso de los conocimientos tradicionales, éstas deben seguir las normas y principios basados en las leyes consuetudinarias. El Consentimiento …

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Mar 15

IIFB-WG8J9- Task 12 of the Multi-Year Programme of Work on the Implementation of Article 8(j) and Related Provisions

AD HOC OPEN-ENDED INTER-SESSIONAL WORKING GROUP ON ARTICLE 8(j) AND RELATED PROVISIONS OF THE CONVENTION ON BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY Ninth meeting Montreal, Canada, 4-7 November 2015 Agenda Item 4 Task 12 of the Multi-Year Programme of Work on the Implementation of Article 8(j) and Related Provisions (Download PDF of statement) IIFB Core Principles for Inclusion in …

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Mar 15

IIFB- WG8J9- Statement on Repatriation

AD HOC OPEN-ENDED INTER-SESSIONAL WORKING GROUP ON ARTICLE 8(j) AND RELATED PROVISIONS OF THE CONVENTION ON BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY Ninth meeting Montreal, Canada, 4-7 November 2015 (Download PDF of statement) Agenda Item 5. Task 15 of the Multi-Year Programme of Work on the implementation of Article 8(j) and related provisions: best-practice guidelines for the repatriation of …

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Mar 15

IIFB Statement on Prior Informed Consent

WG8j-9 (Download PDF of statement) Indigenous Peoples reaffirm our status as such. We are the holders of traditional knowledge, based on the ancestral right to ownership of our territories and therefore, access to traditional knowledge, must follow rules and principles based on customary laws. Free Prior and Informed Consent (FPIC) should be binding, and further …

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