To know more about Biocultural Community Protocols (BCPs) and Biocultural Rights (BRs), several websites are monitoring, gathering, and sharing invaluable legal data and reporting regularly on progress being made in the field towards the development of new BCPs. You will also find information on the most recent and relevant academic work on BPCs and BRs.

Albeit less active on frontline of BPCs, Natural Justice's website is still an invaluable source of information for those interested in knowing more about what is going on in the field: Kenya’s Lamu communities launch a united Biocultural Community Protocol

Check out the last BENELEX Working Paper: Guidelines and Codes on the Participation of Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities of the Convention on Biological Diversity: A Comparative Analysis Using Natural Language Processing (Louisa Parks, Wim Peters & Mitchell Lennan)

A breakthrough case, granting rights to a river and endorsing a biocultural approach to community rights: the Atrato River Case