Media Advisory from the African Centre for Biosafety Johannesburg, 8th December 2010.
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Dear friends and colleagues, the ACB is deeply disturbed and disappointed that Minister Patel's NGP has not embraced new thinking on agriculture policy which requires breaking from a wholly inequitable and ecologically unsustainable chemical-dependent system.
The Intellectual Property Amendment Bill aims to strengthen intellectual property rights relating to traditional performances, traditional work, traditional terms of expressions and traditional designs.
and the elimination of our collective memory in order to shoehorn people into towns
and convert them into faithful consumers of whatever the market provides.
In this briefing, we present an overview of a new organisation called Biosafety South Africa.