2023 Intellectual Property (Traditional Knowledge, Genetic Resources, Collective Knowledge) News Stories

Alaska Natives conflict with Interior Department on proposed changes to Indian Arts & Crafts Act (Alaska's News Source) 8/29/2023

Dept. of Interior to Host Public Meeting on Proposed Changes to Indian Arts and Crafts Act at Santa Fe Indian Market (Native News Online) 8/15/2023

Native American artists want more protection under Indian Arts and Crafts Act (Navajo-Hopi Observer) 6/27/2023

Indigenous farmers hope their knowledge of regenerative practices can influence others (KOSU) 6/20/2023

UArizona researcher at the forefront of Indigenous data sovereignty (University of Arizona) 5/22/2023

What if Indigenous women ran controlled burns? (High Country News) 12/30/2022

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