World Intellectual Property Organization

Experiencias de las comunidades indígenas y locales

Ponencias presentadas por un grupo de expertos representantes de las comunidades indígenas y locales al comienzo de las sesiones del CIG de la OMPI.

Tales ponencias ofrecen una amplia fuente de información sobre las experiencias, intereses y aspiraciones de las comunidades indígenas y locales con respecto a la protección, el fomento y la preservación de los CC.TT., las ECT y los RR.GG.

País/territorio Título de la presentación Fecha
Estados Unidos de América Indigenous Perspectives on Cross-Cutting Issues in the WIPO IGC
Ms. Dalee Sambo Dorough, Chair, United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues
7 de julio de 2014
Panamá Temas transversales a los conocimientos tradicionales, las expresiones culturales tradicionales y recursos genéticos
Mr. Marcial Arias, Policy Advisor, Asociación Kunas Unidos por Napguana (KUNA)
7 de julio de 2014
Nueva Zelandia Intellectual Property and Genetic Resources: What is at Stake for Indigenous Peoples
Mrs. Hema Broad, Director, Nga Kaiawhina a Wai 262 (NK262)
3 de febrero de 2014
Panamá Propiedad Intelectual y Recursos Genéticos: ¿Que está en el juego para pueblos indígenas?
Mr. Marcial Arias Garcia, Policy Advisor, Fundación para la Promoción del Conocimiento Tradicional (FPCT)
3 de febrero de 2014
Estados Unidos de América Intellectual Property and Genetic Resources: What Is at Stake for Indigenous Peoples
Mr. James Anaya, United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
3 de febrero de 2014
Australia Indigenous Peoples' Perspectives on "...the right to maintain, control, protect and develop their intellectual property over...traditional knowledge..."
Mr. Robert Leslie Malezer, Co-Chair, National Congress of Australia's First Peoples
22 de abril de 2013
Kenya Indigenous Peoples' Perspectives on "...the right to maintain, control, protect and develop their intellectual property over...traditional knowledge..."
Ms. Lucy Mulenkei, Executive Director of the Indigenous Information Network (IIN)
22 de abril de 2013
Estados Unidos de América Indigenous Peoples' Perspectives on "...the right to maintain, control, protect and develop their intellectual property over...traditional knowledge..."
Mr. Preston Hardison, Natural Resources Treaty Rights Policy Analayst for the Tulalip Tribes of Washington
22 de abril de 2013
Australia Free, prior and informed consent: Experiences in the fields of Genetic Resources, Traditional Knowledge and Traditional Cultural Expressions
Mr. Russell TAYLOR, Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies, Canberra
3 de mayo de 2010
Bangladesh Customary Law and Practices of the Indigenous Communities of Bangladesh: the Case of Garo Community
Mr. Muhammad Nurul Huda, Director, Bangla Academy
30 de noviembre de 2006
Bangladesh Experiences from Bangladesh
Mr. Dewan MOHD ABED, Organization for Social Action and Development (OSAD)
29 de junio de 2009
Bangladesh Experiences from Bangladesh
Mr. Prasad MAZUNDER, OSAD & DIIP
7 de diciembre de 2009
Brasil The Role of the Public Domain Concept
Mrs. Lucia Fernanda Inacio Belfort, Instituto Indigena Brasilero da Propiedade Intellectual (INBRAPI)
6 de diciembre de 2010
Camerún Experiences from Cameroon
Mr. Musa Usman NDAMBA, Mbororo-Fulani Pastoralists of Cameroon
7 de diciembre de 2009
Camerún Free, prior and informed consent: Experiences in the fields of Genetic Resourses, Traditional Knowledge and Traditional Cultural Expressions
Ms. Haman HAJARA, African Indigenous Women's Organisation, Central African Network, Yaoundé
3 de mayo de 2010
Canadá Experiences from Canada
Mr. J. Wilton LITTLECHILD, Littlechild Law Office
6 de junio de 2005
Canadá The Role of the Public Domain Concept
Mr. Gregory Younging, Creative Rights Alliance
6 de diciembre de 2010
Ecuador Estudio Regional en los Países Andinos
Sr. Rodrigo DE LA CRUZ, Consultor Regional Indígena Países Andinos, Regional Office for South America, The World Conservation Union (IUCN)
30 de noviembre de 2006
Indonesia The Role of the Public Domain Concept
Mrs. Miranda Risang Ayu Palar, Legong Keraton Peliatan
6 de diciembre de 2010
Indonesia Experiences from Indonesia
Mr. Yanuar Nugroho, Indonesian Traditional Wisdom Network
6 de junio de 2005
Kenya Experiences from Kenya
Mr. Johnson OLE KAUNGA, Honorary Project Advisor for the Maasai Cultural Heritage
24 de abril de 2006
Kenya A Case of the Laikipia Maasai in Kenya
Mr. John OLE TINGOI
3 de julio de 2007
Kenya A Brief Account on the Work of the Elmolo Eco-Tourism Rights and Development Forum Among the Elmolo Indigenous People of Lake Turkana, Northern Kenya
Mrs. Cristiana LOUWA, Elmolo Eco-Tourism, Rights and Development Forum
13 de octubre de 2008
Kenya Experiences from the WIPO Pilot Training Program on Intellectual Property and Cultural Documentation
Ms. Ann SINTOYIA TOME, Maasai Cultural Heritage Foundation
13 de octubre de 2008
Nigeria The Role of the Public Domain Concept
Mrs. Dora Ogboi, West Africa Coalition for Indigenous peoples rights (WACIPR)
6 de diciembre de 2010
Nigeria Lost in Transition: Traditional Healers of South East Nigeria and the Delegitimization of Traditional Knowledge and Cultural Expressions in the age of Modernity
Mr. Ikechi MGBEOJI, Associate Professor, Osgood Hall Law School
30 de noviembre de 2006
Países nórdicos Experiences from the Nordic Countries
Mr. Mattias ÅHRÉN, Head, Human Rights Unit, Saami Council,
2 de noviembre de 2011
Noruega Free, prior and informed consent: Experiences in the fields of Genetic Resourses, Traditional Knowledge and Traditional Cultural Expressions
Mr. Mattias AHRÉN, Saami Council, Tromsö
3 de mayo de 2010
Papua Nueva Guinea A South Pacific Perspective: the Case of Bindeku/Kamaneku Tribes of the Highlands Region of Papua New Guinea
Mr. Alphonse KAMBU, Director, Ishikawa International Cooperation Research Centre (IICRC)
6 de junio de 2005
Perú Experiences from Peru
Mr. Alejandro Argumedo, International Coordinator, Quechua-Aymara Association for Sustainable Communities and Indigenous Peoples’ Biodiversity Network
6 de junio de 2005
Perú El Conocimiento Tradicional en la Visión Indígena
Tarcila RIVERA-ZEA, Presidente, Centro de Culturas Indigenas
30 de noviembre de 2006
Perú Consentimiento Fundamentado Previo y Libre: Experiencias Comunitarias en las Esferas de los Recursos Genéticos, los Conocimientos Tradicionales y las Expresiones Culturales Tradicionales
Mr. Cesar SARASARA, Alternativa de Desarrollo Amazónico (ALDEA), Lima
3 de mayo de 2010
Filipinas The Experience of Indigenous Peoples in the Philippines
Ms. Jeannette CANSING SERRANO, Chairperson, National Commission on Indigenous Peoples
24 de abril de 2006
Filipinas Applying Practical Lessons of Community Experience
Mr. Arthuso MALO-AI, Mamacila Apo Ginopakan Higaonon Tribal Council Inc.
13 de octubre de 2008
Federación de Rusia Experiences from the Russian Federation
Mr. Rodion SULYANDZIGA, Raipon
7 de diciembre de 2009
Islas Salomón The Role of the Public Domain Concept
Mr. Francis Waleanisia, Ministry of Culture and Tourism
6 de diciembre de 2010
Sudán Applying the Practical Lessons of Community Experience
Mrs. Fawsia YOUSIF GLALELDIN, Sudanese Association for Archiving Knowledge (SUDAAK)
25 de febrero de 2008
Ucraina Experiences from Ukraine
Mr. Nadir BEKIROV, President, Research and Support of Indigenous Peoples of Crimea Foundation
6 de junio de 2005
Ucraina Free, prior and informed consent: Experiences in the fields of Genetic Resourses, Traditional Knowledge and Traditional Cultural Expressions
Ms. Gulnara ABBASOVA, Foundation for Research and Support of Indigenous Peoples of Crimea, Crimean Tatar Community, Simferopol
3 de mayo de 2010
Estados Unidos de América Experiences from the United States of America
Mr. Terry WILLIAMS, Tulalip Tribes of Washington
29 de junio de 2009
Estados Unidos de América Experiences from the United States of America
Mr. Preston HARDISON, Tulalip Tribes of Washington
7 de diciembre de 2009
Estados Unidos de América Experiences from the United States of America
Ms. Debra HARRY, Indigenous Peoples Council on Biocolonialism
7 de diciembre de 2009
Estados Unidos de América Free, prior and informed consent: Experiences in the fields of Genetic Resourses, Traditional Knowledge and Traditional Cultural Expressions
Dr. Debra HARRY, Indigenous Peoples Council on Biocolonism, Nixon
3 de mayo de 2010
Vanuatu Experiences from Vanuatu
Mr. Ralph REGENVANU, Director, Vanuatu Cultural Centre
24 de abril de 2006
Zambia Experiences from Zambia
Ms. Elisabeth Mulenje Chombo NKOMESHYA, Cheftainess Mukamambo II, Traditional Chief, Food Technology Research Unit, National Institute for Scientific and Industrial Research
6 de junio de 2005

 

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