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The Nagoya Protocol: scope and impact

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The presentation covers the definition, scope and the impact of Nagoya Protocol on data sharing of genetic material.
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The Nagoya Protocol: scope and impact

  1. 1. The Nagoya Protocol: scope and impact Daniele Manzella FAO
  2. 2. Facts Supplementary agreement to the CBD Distinct membership (78 State Parties) Implements the fair and equitable sharing of benefits from the utilization of genetic resources 2
  3. 3. Obligations ACCESS Establish clear rules and procedures for prior informed consent (PIC) and mutually agreed terms (MAT) Issuance of a permit when access is granted BENEFIT-SHARING Benefits may be monetary or non-monetary Utilization includes research and development on the genetic or biochemical composition of genetic resources, as well as subsequent applications and commercialization COMPLIANCE Take measures providing that genetic resources utilized within jurisdiction have been accessed in accordance with PIC and MAT as required by another Party 3
  4. 4. What we are observing • Applies to genomic sequences? Legal interpretations … • Already influences researcher perceptions and behaviours • Already influences inter-institutional processes • Complex interplay of: - Individual actor behaviour - Network rules - Institutions and formal norms 4
  5. 5. What comes next? Boundary spanning (e.g. broker knowledge) Stimulate self-governance? (adaptation patterns) Multilateral dialogue to reinforce research commons? (collective action problems) 5

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