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Parties to the Convention may appoint national focal points for the Convention (NFP), its protocols and for various areas of work, including a NFP for traditional knowledge and customary sustainable use. (...) The Nagoya Protocol (article 12) requires Parties to take into consideration and the support the development of community protocols and procedures by indigenous peoples, with respect to traditional knowledge. (...) As such the Secretariat and the Parties to the Convention have sought to ensure biodiversity, and where possible traditional knowledge, is fully integrated into this new development paradigm.
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Score: 1059287.9 - https://www.un.org/esa/socdev/...ts/2015/agencies-info/SCBD.pdf
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Prior informed consent as it relates to Traditional knowledge 10. In Article 8(j) of the CBD- the Convention’s main traditional knowledge provision–Parties undertake to preserve, maintain and promote the traditional knowledge, innovations and practices of indigenous and local communities relevant for the conservation and sustainable use of biological diversity. The Convention encourages Parties to implement national legislation to protect traditional knowledge. (...) The Conferences of the Parties (COP), established a subsidiary body - the Ad Hoc Open-ended Inter- sessional Working Group on Article 8(j) and Related Provisions, to address its implementation and to develop an ambitious programme of work, which was adopted by the Conference of the Parties in 2000 and provides the basis for action on traditional knowledge within the framework of the Convention.
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Score: 1056780.1 - https://www.un.org/esa/socdev/...ocuments/workshop_FPIC_CBD.doc
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In Article 8(j) Parties to the Convention undertook to respect, preserve, maintain and promote the wider use of traditional knowledge relevant for conservation and sustainable use of biological diversity, with the approval and involvement of indigenous and local communities. Through the open-ended Working Group on Article 8(j) and related provisions (traditional knowledge ) the Parties to the Convention have created a unique and important forum which promotes active partnerships between governments and indigenous and local communities, in pursuit of the goals of the Convention. 2. (...) Indigenous and local languages as indicators for traditional knowledge 5. In decision VII/30, annex II, the Conference of the Parties adopted a framework to enhance the evaluation of progress in the implementation of the Strategic Plan of the Convention on Biological Diversity, covering seven focal areas, one of which is “protect traditional knowledge, innovations and practices”.
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Score: 1054666 - https://www.un.org/esa/socdev/...pfii/documents/EGM_IL_SCBD.doc
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Benefit-sharing must be based on mutually agreed terms. In addition, Parties to the Protocol must ensure that their nationals comply with the domestic legislation and regulatory requirements of provider countries related to access and benefit-sharing of traditional knowledge associated with genetic resources. 7. (...) The Permanent Forum welcomes the adoption by the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity of two additional indicators for traditional knowledge: (a) status and trends in land use change and land tenure in the traditional territories of indigenous and local communities, and (b) status and trends in the practice of traditional occupations, to complement the adopted indicator on status and trends in traditional languages. (...) Article 12 concerning Traditional Knowledge associated with Genetic Resources, addresses customary use in paragraph 4, by stating that: “Parties, in their implementation of this Protocol, shall, as far as possible, not restrict the customary use and exchange of genetic resources and associated traditional knowledge within and amongst indigenous and local communities in accordance with the objectives of the Convention. 29.
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Score: 1050212.7 - https://www.un.org/esa/socdev/...ts/2013/agencies/2013_SCBD.pdf
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Subject to the other provisions of this Treaty, each Party shall continue to permit free movement and the performance of lawful traditional activities in and in the vicinity of the Protected Zone by the traditional inhabitants of the other Party. 2. (...) Article 12 Traditional Customary Rights Where the traditional inhabitants of one Party enjoy traditional customary rights of access to and usage of areas of land, seabed, seas, estuaries and coastal tidal areas that are in or in the vicinity of the Protected Zone and that are under the jurisdiction of the other Party, and those rights are acknowledged by the traditional inhabitants living in or in proximity to those areas to be in accordance with local tradition, the other Party shall permit the continued exercise of those rights on conditions not less favourable than those applying to like rights of its own traditional inhabitants. (...) In giving effect to the provisions of this article, each Party shall use its best endeavours to minimize any restrictive effects on the traditional activities of the traditional inhabitants.
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Score: 1039204.1 - https://www.un.org/depts/los/L...LES/TREATIES/AUS-PNG1978TS.PDF
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Regarding the traditional knowledge, innovations and practices of indigenous peoples and local communities, the Conference of the Parties has adopted, at its thirteenth (2016) and fourteenth (2018) meetings, a number of significant tools for the protection, promotion and restoration of traditional knowledge. 43. (...) Furthermore, at its fourteenth meeting (November 2018), the Conference of the Parties adopted the Rutzolijirisaxik Voluntary Guidelines for the Repatriation of Traditional Knowledge of Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities Relevant for the Conservation and Sustainable Use of Biological Diversity. (...) They also have the right to maintain, control, protect and develop their intellectual property over such cultural heritage, traditional knowledge, and traditional cultural expressions. 47.
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Score: 1028759.8 - https://www.un.org/development...loads/sites/19/2021/02/CBD.pdf
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Benefit-sharing must be based on mutually agreed terms. 10. In addition, Parties to the Protocol must ensure that their nationals comply with the domestic legislation and regulatory requirements of provider countries related to access and benefit-sharing of traditional knowledge associated with genetic resources. 11. (...) Benefit-sharing must be based on mutually agreed terms. 18. In addition, Parties to the Protocol must ensure that their nationals comply with the domestic legislation and regulatory requirements of provider countries related to access and benefit-sharing of traditional knowledge associated with genetic resources. 19. (...) The Permanent Forum welcomes the adoption by the Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity of two additional indicators for traditional knowledge: (a) status and trends in land use change and land tenure in the traditional territories of indigenous and local communities, and (b) status and trends in the practice of traditional occupations, to complement the adopted indicator on status and trends in traditional languages.
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Score: 1026006.3 - https://www.un.org/esa/socdev/...ments/2012/session-11-scbd.pdf
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In dealing with the designation of foreign airlines, which of the following criteria do you accept: a) substantially (or majority) owned and effectively controlled by the designating party or its nationals (the traditional approach) X In the case where the other party uses the traditional approach b) substantially (or majority) owned and effectively controlled by one or more States that are parties to an agreement or within a predefined regional grouping (e.g. a “community of interest” carrier) X States who are party to the Yamoussoukro Declaration - regarding the portion relating to the liberalization of the African air transport market States who are members of the regional economic community that Madagascar adheres to. States who are members of the Treaty establishing the European Community c) incorporated and having its principal place of business or permanent residence in the territory of the designating party d) having its principal place of business in the territory of and effective control by the designating party (without the ownership requirement) No. (...) In dealing with airline designations in the future, are you willing to accept criteria other than the traditional national ownership and control: a) for both yourself and the foreign partner?
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Score: 1022702.7 - https://www.icao.int/sustainab...Control/Replies/Madagascar.pdf
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These activities are aimed at trainers from indigenous peoples’ and local communities’ organizations and Parties, especially National Focal Points for Traditional Knowledge. (...) Thus, is desirable that more Parties and donor support the capacity-building activities on traditional knowledge and customary sustainable use, particularly at local, subnational or national level. (...) RESPONSE – Of most relevance to the issue of data is the ongoing work on indicators for traditional knowledge under the CBD. The four indicators adopted by the Conference of the Parties (COP) for traditional knowledge, in order to measure movement towards Target 18 (of the Strategic Plan on Biodiversity) are status and trends in traditional languages, status and trends in traditional occupations, changes in land use and security of land tenure on traditional territories, and participation of indigenous peoples and local communities in the revision of the NBSAPs (participation).
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Score: 1019996.5 - https://www.un.org/esa/socdev/...from-Secretariat-of-CBD316.pdf
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Response This action is beyond the scope of the CBD however efforts under the Convention are being made by Parties, to include traditional knowledge and customary sustainable use of biodiversity in National Biodiversity Strategies and Action Plans, with the full and effective participation of indigenous peoples and local communities. (...) Response The Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity does not have country presence. Parties to the Convention are requested to appoint National Focal Points to the CBD, as well as for specific areas such as traditional knowledge. (...) Benefit-sharing must be based on mutually agreed terms. In addition, Parties to the Protocol must ensure that their nationals comply with the domestic legislation and regulatory requirements of provider countries related to access and benefit-sharing of traditional knowledge associated with genetic resources.
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Score: 1016510 - https://www.un.org/esa/socdev/.../un-agencies/SCBD_Response.pdf
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