Title

Traditional Knowledge and Indigenous Peoples

Date of Event

5-17-2016

Description

Faculty View from CWRU, Episode 7

Dalindyebo Shabalala - Visiting Assistant Professor

Interview by Katie Steiner - 2L and Editor-in-Chief of the CWRU Journal of International Law

From Native American beadwork to the spices of India, generations of indigenous people have created traditional knowledge. But who owns it? How do indigenous peoples and traditional communities vindicate their intellectual property rights? Visiting Assistant Professor Dalindyebo Shabalala discusses legal issues surrounding traditional knowledge.

Subject Headings

traditional knowledge; indigenous peoples; traditional knowledge and indigenous peoples; intellectual property rights and indigenous peoples; misappropriation; croos-border misappropriation

Location

Case Western Reserve University School of Law

Document Type

Video

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