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Beyond guarding ground : a vision for a national indigenous cultural authority / Terri Janke
Bib ID 4614644
Format BookBook
Author
Janke, Terri
 
Description Rosebery, N.S.W. : Terri Janke and Co., c2009 
46 p. : port. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 9780975704424
Summary

There is concern that the intellectual property system does not acknowledge Indigenous communal ownership of cultural expressions and knowledge passed down through generations. This paper sketches out the ground gathered by Indigenous copyright cases and examines international model laws and draft provisions.

Notes

Cover title.

Includes bibliographical references (p.44-46).

Subjects Cultural property -- Protection -- Law and legislation -- Australia.  |  Intellectual property -- Law and legislation -- Australia.  |  Art, Aboriginal Australian.  |  Law - Intellectual property.  |  Cultural heritage - Protection - Law and legislation.  |  Australia.

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