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Saskatoon Focus Group: Towards an Aboriginal-Sensitive Access and Benefit Sharing Policy

For those just reading our blog for the first time, ABS Canada is a research group focusing on the perspectives of Indigenous stakeholders in Access and Benefit Sharing (ABS) regimes over genetic resources. The goal of the ABS Canada project is to provide an independent platform for capacity-building through education, training, networking, consultation and the…
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Saskatoon Focus Group Scheduled for May 12-13

On May 12-13, 2017, ABS Canada will be hosting its next focus group in Saskatoon, SK in partnership with the University of Saskatchewan College of Law as part of its research project entitled “Building Capacity: Towards an Aboriginal-Sensitive Access and Benefit Sharing Policy for Canada.” This will be the third focus group ABS Canada has…
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Ottawa Focus Group

From May 5-6, 2016, ABS Canada held the second of three scheduled capacity-building workshops and focus groups on Access and Benefit Sharing with Canada’s Aboriginal Peoples. The forum’s objectives included awareness-raising, capacity-building, and identification and discussion of issues relating to ABS in Canada from Aboriginal and other stakeholder perspectives. Insights collectively generated from this participatory forum…
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Moncton Focus Group

  On 15-16 October 2015, ABS Canada held the first of three scheduled capacity-building workshops and focus groups on Access and Benefit Sharing with Canada’s Aboriginal Peoples. The forum’s objectives included awareness-raising, capacity-building, and identification and discussion of issues relating to ABS in Canada from Aboriginal and other stakeholder perspectives. Insights collectively generated from this…
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