Intellectual Property, Human Rights and Development: The Role of NGOs and Social Movements
'Each chapter analyses both policy areas, access to medicines and agriculture/genetic resources. These three exceptionally rich, fieldwork-based case studies constitute the meat _ and the principal contribution _ of this book. . . The book marks a maj
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2 Public health and access to medicines
3 Agriculture genetic resources and traditional knowledge
4 South Africa
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