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HOW TO REALIZE FARMERS' RIGHTS AT THE NATIONAL LEVEL:

Step 3: Developing a national consultative process, joining forces, pooling resources

Whereas steps 1 and 2 are concerned with the foundation for the implementation process, this third step describes how a broad-based national consultative process can be designed for the implementation of Farmers' Rights. It is based on the workshop module developed for this purpose.

Read more:
   Consultative process as dialogue – the foundation
   Participants for national consultative processes
   Design of national consultative processes
   Contents of national consultative processes
   Joining forces and pooling resources
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  HOW TO REALIZE FARMERS' RIGHTS AT THE NATIONAL LEVEL
  Step 1: Creating awareness on the importance of Farmers' Rights
  Step 2: Ensuring farmers' participation in the implementation process
  Step 3: Developing a national consultative process, joining forces, pooling resources
  Step 4: Establishing an institutional framework for implementation
  Step 5: Protecting and enhancing legal space for farmers' customary practices
  Step 6: Protecting traditional knowledge relevant to crop genetic resources
  Step 7: Promoting the right to equitably participate in benefit sharing
  Step 8: Enabling participation in decision making on genetic resources

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Webpage last updated 1 February 2011