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BEYOND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY: TOWARD TRADITIONAL RESOURCE RIGHTS
 FOR INDIGENOUS PEOPLES AND LOCAL COMMUNITIES    1996
by
Darrell A. Posey
Graham Dutfield

1.  Who visits communities, what are they seeking, and why?

2.  What happens to traditional knowledge and resources?

3.  Who benefits from traditional resources?

4.  Will the community be informed?

5.  What right do communities have to say 'yes' or 'no' to
    commercialization?

6.  How can a community take legal action?

7.  What are contracts and covenants?

8.  Are intellectual property rights useful?

9.  Can communities develop their own system for protecting
    traditional resource rights?

10. Are legally binding international agreements useful?

11. How can communities use 'soft law' and nonbinding
    international agreements?

12. Are nongovernmental, nonlegal instruments useful?

13. Why are funds and funding guidelines important?

14. What creative strategies and unique solutions have been
    developed?

15. Toward protection, compensation, and community development

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