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Indigenous Knowledge Value and Protection 

The 'Indigenous Knowledge Value and Protection' research program (RP3) will drive expansion of ethical, sustainable Indigenous-led and Indigenous Knowledge (IK) informed enterprises in bush foods, botanicals and aquatic resources through research projects (gunimaa), ensuring that IK is appropriately valued and that there is appropriate benefit-sharing.


Key activities

  • Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property (ICIP) agreements

  • Access and Benefits Sharing (ABS) agreements 

  • Indigenous Knowledge (IK) valuation 

  • IK tools for protection and promotion 

  • Community-driven and Indigenous research methodologies 

Key researchers 

  • Professor Daniel Robinson, University of New South Wales (research co-lead) 

  • Dr Miri Raven, University of New South Wales (research co-lead) 

  • Professor Jakelin Troy, University of Sydney (research co-lead) 

  • Dr Rebecca Cross, University of Sydney 

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