Intangible cultural heritage across borders: laws, structures and strategies in China and its ASEAN neighbours
This project brings together usually separate discourses in UNESCO, WIPO and other international organisations about intangible cultural heritage.
This project will provide an independent assessment of the development of the Indonesian intellectual property system over the past thirty years.
795 million people are undernourished, and they mostly rely on small farmers for food. This interdisciplinary project aims to protect these farmers from the twin challenges of multinational agribusiness and climate change.