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Legal And Ethical Contexts for Collaborative Research
Date
2017
Main contributor
Bell, Catherine
Summary
Research and writing by Canadian academics conducted in collaboration with Indigenous people, or drawing on Indigenous knowledge, is governed by Indigenous laws and Canadian law and policy, including intellectual property law. This presentation addresses some of the challenges working within this legal and ethical environment and questions to consider in structuring collaborative relationships. It also introduces the IPinCH project (Intellectual Property Issues in Cultural Heritage, www.sfu.ca/ipinch) and the practical resources and network of support offered by the project.
Subjects
Intellectual Property Law; Ethics; Collaborative Research; Indigenous; Traditional Knowledge; IPinCH
Genre
Community
Language
English
License / Terms of Use
Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0)
Collection
Writing Stick Conference
Unit
Writing Stick