> Intellectual property rights and women’s rights: Interview with Shalini Bhutani

Intellectual property rights and women’s rights: Interview with Shalini Bhutani

In the second episode of APWLD Podcast, we talk to Shalini Bhutani, who is a legal researcher and policy analyst working on the impact of trade rules in the Asian region. She will explain the impact of intellectual property regime on women’s rights, especially women’s access to public health and seeds. What could be our alternative vision for protecting our local knowledge and innovation?

Listen by clicking at the Play button, or download the file by clicking at Download button below.

Click here to listen to the previous episode where we spoke to Ranja Sengkupta on Trade liberalization and women’s livelihood

2018-08-31T04:26:11+00:00October 25th, 2016|Podcasts, Resources|