Intellectual Property, Agrobiodiversity and Gender Considerations

Published on 30 Sep 2010

Document Summary

Women in agriculture in the developing world play key roles as farmers, custodians and users of traditional knowledge and seed managers, and ensure rural food security and maintenance of agricultural biodiversity. Expansive IP rights with limited safeguards for plant varieties and genetic resources can potentially affect women’s health, agriculture, food security and traditional knowledge.

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