Session 4 (3:25-4:30pm)

Fairness, Morality and Ordre Public: What Does it Mean for Indigenous Peoples?’

Chair: Peter Yu, Texas A&M University, USA
Location: Assembly Hall

Fairness, Justice and Databases for Indigenous Knowledge and Culture
Natalie Stoianoff, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia

Human rights principles as normative tools for the assessment of fairness in the context of indigenous peoples’ heritage
Josephine (Kelly) Breemen, Institute for Information Law, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Access to Traditional Knowledge related with Genetic Resources: A Critical Question on Fairness and Morality
Gargi Chakrabarti, National Law University Jodhpur, India

Intangible Cultural Heritage Data Flows and Intellectual Property Regulation: Mitigating Fairness and Morality
C. Joelle Nwabueze, University of South Africa

Intellectual Property, Traditional Knowledge and Fairness: Rethinking Recognition and Rewards arising from Intellectual Endeavor of Indigenous Communities
Bassem Awad and Moody Oluwatobiloba, Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI), Canada