Negotiating the Seed Treaty will be of interest to all readers concerned with international agricultural policy, genetic resource diversity and multilateral policy process.
|Prelims (Contents, Acknowledgements, Acronyms, Contributors)|
|1. Negotiating the Seed Treaty|
Stuart Coupe formerly International Projects Manager of the Reducing Vulnerability Team at Practical Action, an international NGO active on agricultural biodiversity and Farmers’ Rights issues, has a background in Southern African Studies, including doctorate study and published works since 1992.
Roger Lewins, formerly a Research Fellow at the University of Portsmouth, is an independent consultant in the field of development research. He currently specializes in governance issues in the fisheries sector.
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