This essential and unique 2 Day meeting brings together leaders in Traditional knowledge and culture from Australia, New Zealand and Fiji.
With extensive real world experience they will explore the critical issues of community engagement, cultural awareness, understanding and respecting Traditional knowledge and building an ongoing knowledge sharing partnership.
Traditional Knowledge is Eternal
Prospering a visible and transparent Traditional knowledge sharing strategy
10 - 11 December 2012 : Sydney
Philip Obah, Wadja Traditional Knowledge Centre Corporation
Victor Jose, Wadja Traditional Knowledge Centre Corporation
Eliesa Burenivalu Saunikalou Tuiloma, IPR/TK/TCE/Medical Laws and Policies Consultant, Bless (Fiji) Consultants; former Legal Consultant to Pacific Island Forum/WIPO/EU TK and TCE Policies and Legislations Project - Fiji, Vanuatu, Kiribati
Sally Hariata McKean, Lecturer in Maori Studies, Lincoln University
Patrick Lock, Chairperson, Carwoola Council of Elders; PhD Candidate, University of Canberra
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