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Preserving global biodiversity has been a complementary objective of many of these reforms. The movement has brought forward three basic principles on commercial access to genetic materials and traditional knowledge: prior informed consent, mutually agreed terms, and benefit sharing. The principles have found expression in a number of political outputs, ranging from international agreements such as the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) to declarations and statements of demands from indigenous people’s organizations.
C) The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development / The World Bank 36 Poor People’s Knowledge 4. The authors are cultural historians, not economists. 5. The Folklore Board and folkloric tax originated from a recommendation of the WIPO, although the WIPO recommendation was to apply the tax only to use of Third-World traditional knowledge outside of the Third World. 6. In this instance we suggest that an element of a traditional way of life be changed. We refrain from adding that improved status for women often has a positive economic development impact.
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