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|Title:||"Intellectual property" and indigenous peoples in the international human rights arena|
Expert Seminar on Indigenous Cultures and Languages in collaboration with the UN
|Keywords:||Indigenous peoples;Intellectual property;International law;Human rights|
|Description:||This presentation was given as part of the Expert Seminar on Indigenous Cultures and Languages in collaboration with the UN by Professor Graham Dutfield from the University of Leeds. The seminar, hosted at Brunel University, took place on the 8th and 9th March 2012 and was organised by Brunel Law School's Human Rights Research Centre. The initiative, fronted by Dr Alexandra Xanthaki of Brunel Law School, represents a positive example of how academia, the civil society and the international community can come together with vulnerable groups to help the regain their rights.|
|Appears in Collections:||Public Lectures and Seminars|
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