Flora & Fauna: indigenous perspective from Aotearoa & abroad

Seminar in-person in Wellington - New Zealand delegates only including afternoon tea or via Zoom for Australian/OS delegates only.

Wednesday 14th July 2021

AJ Park, 1 Willis St, Wellington

1pm - 4pm - New Zealand Standard Time

11am - 2pm - Eastern Australian Standard Time


In-person New Zealand delegates only: $165 LESANZ members $325 Non members

Zoom only eligible for AU/OS: $85 LESANZ members $110 Non members - note eligible for NZ delegates.

$45 Students (requires student ID) - please contact [email protected] for processing


YOU MUST LOG IN FIRST, then below - Zoom links are sent to registrants on the day with the event reminder


Our Speakers:

NZ speakers: Lynell Tuffery Huria (AJ Park), Karen Waaka, IPONZ Maori Representative

NZ case study: Perspectives from Aotearoa, presented by Jason Turuwhenua (University of Auckland)

Roz Murray (Waikato Link) & Graeme Strong (University of Otago) - Manuka Honey case

Overseas speaker: Evana Wright (University of Technology Sydney)

Overseas case studies: Perspectives from Peru, India and Australia, presented by Evana Wright

The workshop will be showcasing:

  • How to build indigenous relationships
  • Drafting beneficial contracts for each party
  • Licensing sharing

The workshop will feature topics such as the:

  • Wai 262 and the Nagoya Protocol, plus intellectual property contracts/considerations.
  • Case studies from New Zealand, Australia and Peru.
  • IP group discussion workshop.
7/14/2021 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
New Zealand Standard Time
or 9am AWST | 11am EAST AJ Park, 1 Willis Street Zoom links are sent on 13th July to AU participant NEW ZEALAND
now closed as preparations to host have started, to pay for event video, please contact the Office