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pdf Centres of Distinction statement on IPBES-5 Agenda item 6(d)

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Centres of Distinction statement on Agenda item 6(d).pdf

Statement to the fifth session of the Plenary of the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on  Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services on Agenda Item 6(d) - Methodological Assessment Regarding the Diverse Conceptualization of Multiple Values of Nature and its Benefits, 7 - 10 March 2017, World Conference Center, Bonn, Germany

pdf ILK Centres of Distinction Statement on IPBES-5 Agenda Item 6(b)

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Centres of Distinction statement on Agenda item 6(b).pdf

Statement to the fifth session of the Plenary of the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on  Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services on Agenda Item 6(b) - Indigenous and Local Knowledge, 7 - 10 March 2017, World Conference Center, Bonn, Germany

document Traditional/Indigenous Knowledge Scoping Study - Application Form

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tk-ik scoping study - application form.doc

The scoping study is being undertaken by Tebtebba with the sponsorship of The Stockholm Resilience Center/SwedBio. The study seeks to involve leaders, scholars, researchers and activists from indigenous communities and organizations from the seven socio-cultural regions of the world as identified and categorized by the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (UNPFII) who are doing work on traditional knowledge/ indigenous knowledge (TK/IK).  The purpose of the scoping study is to gain an overview of the status of TK/IK in the region and to identify initiatives to document, revitalize, protect, promote and enhance/ develop TK/IK. The scoping study is being undertaken by Tebtebba with the sponsorship of The Stockholm Resilience Center/SwedBio. The study seeks to involve leaders, scholars, researchers and activists from indigenous communities and organizations from the seven socio-cultural regions of the world as identified and categorized by the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (UNPFII) who are doing work on traditional knowledge/indigenous knowledge (TK/IK).  The purpose of the scoping study is to gain an overview of the status of TK/IK in the region and to identify initiatives to document, revitalize, protect, promote and enhance/ develop TK/IK.