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Promote fair and equitable sharing of the benefits of genetic resources and promote access to them, as internationally agreed.

Could this be your career mission?

Below are employers you could work for, occupations they employ, and education and training programs to prepare you to achieve this target.
Job Candidate
  1. Indigenous Peoples' Organizations: Promote fair and equitable use of traditional knowledge and genetic resources within their territories.

  2. Community-Based Seed Banks: Establish and manage community seed banks often work towards preserving genetic diversity in crops and ensuring fair access to seeds and associated benefits.

  3. Agroecology and Sustainable Agriculture Groups: Emphasize sustainable farming practices that include fair access to genetic resources for crop improvement.

  4. Ethnobotanical Societies: Advocate for fair sharing of benefits derived from the study and preservation of traditional knowledge related to plant resources.

  5. Local Farmers' Cooperatives: Ensure fair access to genetic resources and equitable sharing of benefits among their members.

  6. Biodiversity Conservation Networks: Advocate for fair and responsible use of genetic resources, considering the interests of local communities.

  7. Environmental Justice Organizations: Ensuring fair and equitable access to natural resources, including genetic resources.

  8. Community-Based Conservation Initiatives: Involve local communities in the conservation of biodiversity and may address issues related to access and benefit-sharing of genetic resources.

  9. Local Research and Development Centers: Some work on sustainable development projects that involve fair access to genetic resources for research and development purposes.

  10. Traditional Medicine Practitioner Groups: Protect traditional knowledge related to medicinal plants and ensuring fair benefits for communities.

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