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Recognising Customary Rights

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Published on May 2, 2012

Pastoralists and other indigenous livestock keepers have created breeds that are a crucial asset to humanity in adapting to climate change, conserving biological diversity and sustaining food production in harsh and challenging environments.
Biocultural protocols are a means of bringing to light the crucial role of communities in conserving indigenous breeds and in maintaining the web of life that depends on them.
The film showcases Biocultural Protocols highlighting the Raika community of Rajasthan and the Samburu of Kenya.
Developing Biocultural Protocols is an important means of implementing both paragraph 8j of the CBD and Strategic Priority 6 of the Global Plan of Action on Animal Genetic Resources.

Produced by LPP, LPPS and Moving Images. With support from Misereor and Drynet (EU).

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