Flora & Fauna: indigenous perspective from Aotearoa & abroad
Seminar in-person in Wellington - New Zealand delegates only including afternoon tea or via Zoom for Australian/OS delegates only.
|Wednesday 14th July 2021
AJ Park, 1 Willis St, Wellington
1pm - 4pm - New Zealand Standard Time
11am - 2pm - Eastern Australian Standard Time
In-person New Zealand delegates only: $165 LESANZ members $325 Non members
Zoom only eligible for AU/OS: $85 LESANZ members $110 Non members - note eligible for NZ delegates.
$45 Students (requires student ID) - please contact email@example.com for processing
YOU MUST LOG IN FIRST, then below - Zoom links are sent to registrants on the day with the event reminder
NZ speakers: Lynell Tuffery Huria (AJ Park), Karen Waaka, IPONZ Maori Representative
NZ case study: Perspectives from Aotearoa, presented by Jason Turuwhenua (University of Auckland)
Roz Murray (Waikato Link) & Graeme Strong (University of Otago) - Manuka Honey case
Overseas speaker: Evana Wright (University of Technology Sydney)
Overseas case studies: Perspectives from Peru, India and Australia, presented by Evana Wright
The workshop will be showcasing:
How to build indigenous relationships
- Drafting beneficial contracts for each party
- Licensing sharing
The workshop will feature topics such as the:
- Wai 262 and the Nagoya Protocol, plus intellectual property contracts/considerations.
- Case studies from New Zealand, Australia and Peru.
- IP group discussion workshop.