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Annexure Indigenous Knowledge Resource Centers This resource guide comprises of a list of indigenous and non-indigenous people's
organizations and institutions that are interested in intellectual property rights. Some
of these organizations are referred to in this thesis. This is not a complete list of all IK
resource institutions but some of the most prominent organizations that represent IK
interest across continents (IUCN, 1997:174-7; Posey & Dutfield, 1996:245-281).
Africa
I
Burkina Faso
Cameroon
Burkina Faso Resource Centre for
Cameroon Indigenous Knowledge
i Indigenous Knowledge (BURCIK)
: Organisation (CIKO)
I IRSSH
, Private Sector Research Institution
I BP 515
, PO Box 170
! Ouagadougou
: Buea Southwest Province
Ii Burkina Faso
, Cameroon
! Tel: +226 306 664
, Tel: 237 32 2690 i
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!
i Fax: +266312209
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: Ghana Resource Centre for Indigenous
! Kenya Resource Centre for Indigenous
i Knowledge (GHAECIK)
i Knowledge (KENRIK)
,
[ School of Agriculture
National Museums of Kenya
I University of Cape Coas
, PO Box 40658
! Cape Coast
!
!
!
Nairobi
i Ghana
: Tel: +254 2 742 16114
I Tel: +233 4222409
i Fax: +2542741
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E-mai: [email protected]
Annexure: Indigenous Knowledge Resource Centers
203
Africa
Madagascar
Nigeria
Madagascar Resource Center for Indigenous
African Resource Centre for Indigenous
Knowledge (MARCIK)
Knowledge (ARCIK)
Centre d'Inforrnation et de Documentation
Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic
Scientifique et Technique
Research
Ministere de la Recherche Appliquee au
PMB 5-UI Post Office
Developpment
Ibadan
21 rue Kasanga
Nigeria
BP 6224
Tel: +23422416 129
Antananativo 101
Madagascar
Fax: +261 232123
South Africa
Nigeria (cont.)
South African Resource Centre for
Center for Indigenous Knowledge on
Indigenous Knowledge (SARCIK)
Population, Resource and Environmental
Institute for indigenouus Theory and
Management (CIKPREM)
Practice
Department of Sociology and Antropology
6th Floor
University ofNsukka
45 Castle Street
Nigeria
8001 Cape Town
Tel: +234 77 1911
South Africa
Tel: +27 21 242012
Fax: +27 21 232 168
E-mail: [email protected]
Annexure: Indigenous Knowledge Resource Centers
204
Africa
i Tanzania
' Nigeria (cant.) Masailand Resource Center for Indigenous
[ Nigerian Resource Center for Indigenous Knowledge (MARECIK)
[ Knowledge (NIRCIK)
I Simanjiro Animal Husbandry Vocational
[ Institute for Agricultural Research
! Training Centre
! Ahmadu Bell University
! PO Box 3084
PMB 1044 ! Arusha
! Zaria Tanzania
Nigeria ' Tel: +2346950571 (ext. 4322) Fax: 255 57 8907
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Asia
I,, Indonesia
India
I Centre for Advanced Research of
II Indigenous Knowledge Systems (CARIKS)
! Indonesian Resource Centre for Indigenous
! PO Box 1
! Knowledge (INRIK)
.
i Department of Anthropology
! Saraswathipuram
! University ofPadjadjaran
I Mysore 570 009
i
i
j
i
!
In dO
la
Bandung 40115
, Indonesia
i
! Tel: +91 82 106 1467
: Tel: +62 22 250 371
! Fax: +91 82 161459
I Fax: +62 22 237416 i Philippines Resource Centre for
i Sri Lanka Resource Centre for Indigenous
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! Sustainable Development and Indigenous
[
! Knoelwdge (phirCSDIK)
! Department of Geography
Philippine Council for Agriculture,
I Forestry, and National Resources Research
I and development (PCAARD)
I Los Banos
University of Sri Jayawardenepura
! Nugegoda
i
Sri Lanka
!
I Philippines
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Asia
i Philippines (cant.)
i Regional Programme for the Promotion of
I Indigenous Knowledge in Asia (REPPIKA)
!
International Institute of Regional
! Reconstruction (IIRR)
I Silang
i
Cavite
! Philippines
I Fax: +63 25 222 494
i E-mail: [email protected]
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!
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Mexico
i Mexico Research, Teaching and Service
I Network on Indigenous Knowledge
!
: Colegio de Postgraduados
1
, CEICADAR
i Apartado Postal L-12
i CP 72130
! Colonia La Libertad
I Puebla, Pue
! Mexico
I
! Tel: +52 22851442
I Fax +5222851444
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Europe
Georgia
Netherlands
Georgia Resource Centre for Indigenous
Gustaaf von Liebenstein
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206
Europe
I Knowledge (CERCIK)
i Institute of Botany
: Centre for International Research &
!
;
I Georgian Academy of Sciences
Advisory Network (CIRANfNuffic)
Kortenaerkade II
, PO Box 29777
22 Mosashvili Street 380062
i Tbilisi
: 2502 LT The Hague
Georgia
, Hetherlands
Tel: +995 8832 988276
i Tel: +31 704260321
E-mail: [email protected]
, Fax: +31 70 426 0329
!
i R~;;i~
E-mail: [email protected] ccs.nl
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i Yevgeny Fetisov
i Laiden Ethnosystems & Development
i
! Russian Resource Centre for Indigenous
Programme (LEAD)
,!
i Knowledge
, Institute of Cultural & Social Studies
i EkoNiva
I University of Leiden
i PO Box 1
i
PO Box 9555
! Nemchinovaka-I
!
2300 RB Leiden
i Moscow Region
!
Netherlands
!
I Russia 143013
j
Tel: +31 71 5273469
Tel: +7 095591 8487
i Fax:+31715273619
Fax: +07 095591 8275
i E-mail: [email protected]
I E-mail: [email protected]
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North America
! Canada
!
i Centre for Traditional Knowledge
: Interinstitutional Consortium for
United States ofAmerica
i
I 135 Hawthorne Avenue
i Indigenous Knowledge (JCIK)
i Ottawa, K 12 OB2 Ontarion
,
I, Canada
I 24 Chambers Building
I Fax: +1613 2320452
i PA 16802
! E-mail: [email protected]
, Tel: +1 8148656565
;
!
,
University Park
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I United States ofAmerica (cant.)
;
: Center for Indigenous Knowledge for
; Agriculture & Rural Development
, (CHZARD)
, 318 Curtiss Hall
I Iowa State University
j Ames
I
Iowa 50011
i
USA
, Tel:+15152940938
i Fax: +1
5152946058
i E-mail: [email protected]
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: Brazil
, Uruguay
I Brazil Resource Centre for Indigenous
i
i Knowledge (BEARCIK)
I Departamento de Biologia
Uruguay Resource Centre for Indigenous
Knowledge (URURCIK)
;
i Casillo Correo 20.201
UNESP
! Codigo Postal 12.900
I 14870.000
!
i J abiticabal SP
, Montevideo
Sayago
i Uruguay
Brazil
! Fax: +55 163 224275
, Tel: +598 2 350 634
i E-mail: [email protected]
, Fax: +598 2 913780
i E-mail: [email protected]
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i Agrarian Science Department
I Nucleo Rafael Rangel
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