Outil decisionnel pour la mise en oeuvre nationale du systeme multilateral d’acces et de partage des avantages aux termes du Traite international sur les ressources phytogenetiques pour l’alimentation et l’agriculture

This decision making tool is designed to assist national policy makers and other stakeholders to identify appropriate measures to implement the Plant...

Publication Year:
2018
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Mise en œuvre concertee et solidaire du Protocole de Nagoya et du Traite international sur les ressources phytogenetiques: scenarios a considerer par les points focaux nationaux  et autres parties prenantes interessees

Bioversity International works with a wide range of international and national partners to implement the International Treaty on Plant Genetic...

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2017
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Mutually supportive implementation of the Nagoya Protocol and the Plant Treaty: Scenarios for consideration by national focal points and other interested stakeholders.

Bioversity International works with a wide range of international and national partners to implement the International Treaty on Plant Genetic...

Publication Year:
2017
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Decision-making tool for national implementation of the Plant Treaty's multilateral system of access and benefit-sharing

This decision making tool is designed to assist national policy makers and other stakeholders to identify appropriate measures to implement the Plant...

Publication Year:
2018
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SEVENTH SESSION OF THE GOVERNING BODY, Kigali, Rwanda, 30 October – 3 November 2017.

Reports from institutions that have concluded agreements with the governing body under article 15 of the International Treaty

Publication Year:
2017
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Do community seed banks contribute to socio-ecological resilience? The case of the Sierra de los Cuchumatanes, Guatemala

A community seed bank is a locally governed and managed, mostly informal institution whose core function is to maintain seeds for local use,...

Authors:
Porcuna Ferrer, A.
Publication Year:
2018
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No country is self-sufficient when it comes to plant genetic resources for food and agriculture: the cases of Bhutan, Burkina Faso, Costa Rica, Côte d’Ivoire, Guatemala, Nepal, Rwanda and Uganda

This brief aims to create more awareness that no country is self-sufficient in plant genetic resources and that international exchanges have...

Authors:
Vernooy, R.; Clancy, E. (comp.)
Publication Year:
2017
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Supporting community seedbanks to realize farmers’ rights

Support of community seedbanks and seed-savers groups throughout the world can contribute to the empowerment of men and women farmers, encourage...

Authors:
Clancy, E.
Publication Year:
2016
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