Not declaring the use of genetic resources or traditional knowledge means that you risk not being eligible for research funding from several research funding bodies.
To help SLU researchers adhere to the Nagoya Protocol, the SLU vice-chancellor has appointed a Nagoya working group.
We now invite researchers, heads of department and others interested to a workshop during which we will inform about the Nagoya Protocol and its implementation, internationally and here at SLU.
Participants are expected to be familiar with the basics of the Nagoya Protocol and the EU ABS regulation on access and benefit-sharing.
More information (in Swedish) is available at Naturvårdsverket.
Jens Sundström, Senior Lecturer, SLU, chair
Sebastian Bromander, Legal Counsel, SLU
Inkeri Ahonen, Naturvårdsverket
Yvonne Lundell, Naturvårdsverket
Tomas Roslin, Professor, SLU
Aysegül Sirakaya, Legal Advisor at ABS Int, PhD at Ghent University
Scarlett Sett, Nagoya Protocol Compliance Officer, Kiel University
Dennis Eriksson, Researcher, SLU
Johan Dixelius, Research Advisor, Uppsala University
Please register using the Nagoya workshop registration form. You will receive a link after you have registered.