The Resource Know your rights to your Aboriginal plant knowledge : a guide for Aboriginal knowledge holders on recording and commercialising Aboriginal plant knowledge, prepared for Aboriginal Bush Traders by Jeremy Morse

Know your rights to your Aboriginal plant knowledge : a guide for Aboriginal knowledge holders on recording and commercialising Aboriginal plant knowledge, prepared for Aboriginal Bush Traders by Jeremy Morse

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Know your rights to your Aboriginal plant knowledge : a guide for Aboriginal knowledge holders on recording and commercialising Aboriginal plant knowledge
Title
Know your rights to your Aboriginal plant knowledge
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a guide for Aboriginal knowledge holders on recording and commercialising Aboriginal plant knowledge
Statement of responsibility
prepared for Aboriginal Bush Traders by Jeremy Morse
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Language
eng
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Morse, Jeremy
Index
no index present
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non fiction
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  • Aboriginal Bush Traders
  • Terri Janke & Company
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  • New products
  • Biodiversity conservation
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Know your rights to your Aboriginal plant knowledge : a guide for Aboriginal knowledge holders on recording and commercialising Aboriginal plant knowledge, prepared for Aboriginal Bush Traders by Jeremy Morse
Link
https://web.archive.org/web/20140204233012/http://www.terrijanke.com.au/documents/Know_your_rights_may2010.pdf
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references p. 23-24
Contents
Section 1: About this booklet -- Section II: the five stages: Stage 1: Identify the knowledge / plant : what is the knowledge?; Legal issues -- Stage 2: Identify knowledge holders & other stake holders -- Stage 3: Field research: what is your reason for approaching a researcher?; Commercial or non-commercial uses; Non-commercial uses; Commercial uses; Raw material products; Stage 3 legal issues - Confidentiality agreement OR Research agreement -- Stage 4: Research & development: Permit to take plants; Biological diversity laws; Requirements under the Biological Resources Act (NT); Prior informed consent; Other legal issues; Ethical and moral issues -- Stage 5 - Product development, marketing & branding : providing the raw materials; Branding strategies; Using Aboriginal words / names; Use distinctive words / logos -- Section III : Intellectual property laws: Copyright; Patents: Patents and plant knowledge, defensive protection using databases; Plant breeder's rights; Confidential information & trade secrets; Trade marks, certification marks & geographical indications -- Section IV: Protocols
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
24 p.
Label
Know your rights to your Aboriginal plant knowledge : a guide for Aboriginal knowledge holders on recording and commercialising Aboriginal plant knowledge, prepared for Aboriginal Bush Traders by Jeremy Morse
Link
https://web.archive.org/web/20140204233012/http://www.terrijanke.com.au/documents/Know_your_rights_may2010.pdf
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references p. 23-24
Contents
Section 1: About this booklet -- Section II: the five stages: Stage 1: Identify the knowledge / plant : what is the knowledge?; Legal issues -- Stage 2: Identify knowledge holders & other stake holders -- Stage 3: Field research: what is your reason for approaching a researcher?; Commercial or non-commercial uses; Non-commercial uses; Commercial uses; Raw material products; Stage 3 legal issues - Confidentiality agreement OR Research agreement -- Stage 4: Research & development: Permit to take plants; Biological diversity laws; Requirements under the Biological Resources Act (NT); Prior informed consent; Other legal issues; Ethical and moral issues -- Stage 5 - Product development, marketing & branding : providing the raw materials; Branding strategies; Using Aboriginal words / names; Use distinctive words / logos -- Section III : Intellectual property laws: Copyright; Patents: Patents and plant knowledge, defensive protection using databases; Plant breeder's rights; Confidential information & trade secrets; Trade marks, certification marks & geographical indications -- Section IV: Protocols
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
24 p.

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