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Alternative Intellectual Property?: Indigenous Protocols, Copyleft and New Juridifications of Customary Practices

@article{Bowrey2006AlternativeIP,
  title={Alternative Intellectual Property?: Indigenous Protocols, Copyleft and New Juridifications of Customary Practices},
  author={Kathy Bowrey},
  journal={Macquarie Law Journal},
  year={2006},
  volume={6},
  pages={65}
}
Study presents workshop theme of 'Customs in Common' in an attempt to locate, or create, a space for an Aboriginal dialogue about legal rights in the context of indigenous culture and intellectual property law. This project helps in finding a way of allowing for an Aboriginal dialogue using Australian law, acknowledging that this entails use of the oppressor's legal tools to provide for a form of self-determination. 

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