Indigenising Intellectual Property
This article examines the ways in which traditional structures of governance and Indigenous systems of regulating and managing traditional knowledge and cultural property can be used to resolve or mediate disputes over intellectual and cultural property. It is based on the outcomes of two research projects which attempted to grapple with these issues. Both projects where ARC Collaborative with ATSIC. The Into the Millennium project addressed the Indigenous media industry and the Legal and Cultural Protocol Project addressed the Indigenous arts industry. By carrying out these projects in tandem a theoretical as well as people's participatory approach was achieved.
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