BIOCULTURAL RIGHTS AND COMMUNITY PROTOCOLS
Protecting and Promoting Indigenous Peoples’ and Local Communities’ Ways of Life

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A Very Short Introduction

Dr Fabien Girard (University Grenoble Alpes – CRJ)
 
PANEL 1 – THEORETICAL INSIGHTS: BIOCULTURAL DIVERSITY, BIOCULTURAL RIGHTS, AND COMMUNITY RULE-MAKING

Dr Miranda Forsyth (Associate Professor – Australian National University)

Community Rule Making as Regulatory Innovation

Dr T. Garrett Graddy-Lovelace (Associate Professor – American University School of International Service)

From Obstruction to Decolonization? Contested Sovereignty, the Seed Treaty & Biocultural Rights in the United States & Beyond

Dr. Giulia Sajeva, (Marie Curie Fellow, Strathclyde Center for Environmental Law and Governance, University of Strathclyde)

The legal framework behind Biocultural Community Protocols. An analysis of biocultural rights’pros and consfor indigenouspeoplesand local communities

Dr Ingrid Hall (Associate Professor – University of Montreal; GRED – IRD)

Biocultural Rights and the Negotiation of Indigenous Cosmopolitics at the CDB
 
PANEL 2 – COMMUNITY PROTOCOLS, BIODIVERSITY, AND ACCESS AND BENEFIT-SHARING

Tom Suchanandan (Director: Advocacy and Policy Development – South African Department of Science and Technology)

Implementing Biocultural Protocols in South Africa in compliance with the indigenous Knowledge Act, No 6 of 2019, and the Nagoya Protocol

Dr Margaret Raven (University of New South Wales Scientia Fellow) and Prof Daniel Robinson (Environment and Society Group at UNSW)

Pigs and mats for PIC and MAT? Working towards community protocols in the Pacific Islands and Northern Australia

Dr Manohisoa Rakotondrabe (Postdoctoral Researcher – University Grenoble Alpes, CRJ) and Dr Fabien Girard (Associate Professor – UGA, CRJ)

Biocultural Community Protocols and Boundary Work in Madagascar. Enrolling Actors in the Messy World(s) of International Biodiversity Conservation

Lesle Jansen (Director of Natural Justice’s Cape Town Hub; Director of the Governance of Lands & Natural Resources Programme)

Khoikhoi Community’s Rooibos Biocultural Community Protocol
 
PANEL 3 – COMMUNITY PROTOCOLS, GROUP RIGHTS, AND THE POLITICS OF PLURALISM

Dr Pia Marchegiani (Latin American School of Social Sciences (FLACSO – Argentina); Environmental Policy Director, FARN – Argentina) and Dr Louisa Parks (Associate Professor of Political Sociology, University of Trento)

Tracks in the Salt – a community protocol for consultation, dialogue and action beyond the scope of the Nagoya protocol

Krystyna Swiderska (Principal Researcher at IIED; PhD candidate – Coventry University)

Biocultural Protocols in the Potato Park Biocultural Heritage Territory in Peru: Securing rights through collective management, biocultural economies and equitable benefit-sharing

Reia Anquet (English Lecturer (PRCE) at Sciences Po Grenoble – PhD candidate – UGA), Dr Sanjay Kabir Bavikatte, and Dr Fabien Girard (Associate Professor – UGA, CRJ)

Biocultural Rights and Biocultural Community Protocols: The Stewards of Biodiversity Unbound

Dr Brendan Tobin (Ashoka fellow and Adjunct Lecturer – Irish Centre for Human Rights at the National University of Ireland, Galway)

Bio Cultural Lawmaking: Indigenous peoples and local communities as international lawmakers