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Monthly Archives: August 2011
Seminar: “Traditional knowledge, intellectual property rights, power and benefit sharing: case studies/evidence from Pelargonium, Rooibos and Hoodia”
On 26 August 2011, the Law, Race & Gender Unit’s Rural Women Action Project will host a lunch time seminar on “Traditional knowledge, intellectual property rights, power and benefit sharing: case studies/ evidence from Pelargonium, Rooibos and Hoodia”. The seminar … Continue reading