5 Plain English material to assist in redeveloping the DKCRC Indigenous Intellectual Property Protocol', <www.
Orr, Margaret, Peter Kenny, Isobel Gorey, Alma Mir, Emily Cox and Joni Wilson 2009 Aboriginal Knowledge and Intellectual Property Community Guide, DKCRC, Alice Springs, NT, <www.
Waltja Tjutangku Palyapayi Aboriginal Corporation and staff of the then DKCRC who worked with her acknowledge the contribution that Mrs Dixon made to two-way learning and teaching about Aboriginal culture throughout her life.
As one of the participants I interviewed in the course of my research indicated in a conversation on 1 November 2005, the IIPP was put together by a steering committee at the conception of DKCRC to ensure that it was reflected in the Centre Agreement (subsequent Partner Agreements).
it's probably two-fold to make sure that DKCRC has rights to research generated through them or through projects that they fund.
What this indicates is that, while the initial vision and philosophy may have been to protect Indigenous knowledge, a perception existed that the IIPP also included the desire on the part of DKCRC to protect its own and others' interests and benefits in research.
This participant revealed both the different type of relationships that existed in the DKCRC, and that it is possible for actors to move between differing positions.
This clause invested all new intellectual property into Ninti One, the commercial arm of the DKCRC.
2009b) for the DKCRC Aboriginal Knowledge and IP Protocol.
DKCRC (Desert Knowledge Cooperative Research Centre) 2008a Guidelines to good manners, <www.
Orr, Margaret, Peter Kenny, Isobel Gorey, Alma Mir, Emily Cox and Joni Wilson 2009a Aboriginal Knowledge and Intellectual Property Protocol: Community Guide, DKCRC, Alice Springs, NT, <www.
2009b Aboriginal Knowledge and Intellectual Property Protocol: Community Guide poster, DKCRC, Alice Springs, NT, <www.