True Tracks: Indigenous cultural and intellectual property principles for putting self-determination into practice
The appropriation of Indigenous knowledge is not adequately protected by Australian intellectual property laws. Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property (ICIP) rights include free, prior informed consent, integrity, attribution and benefit sharing. Appropriation of culture is demeaning but also steals economic opportunities from Indigenous people. This thesis will show how the True Tracks ICIP Protocols provide a framework for negotiating rights between ICIP holders and users. The thesis...[Show more]
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