Argentina traduce texto de Nagoya a idiomas originarios
SciDev.Net, 27 February 2012

BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA: Argentinean officials met with indigenous communities’ representatives to start building awareness about the Nagoya Protocol on access and benefit-sharing (ABS), as an initial step towards developing a joint plan supported by both the government and indigenous peoples aiming to protect the country’s biodiversity. The Protocol was translated into four indigenous languages, Qom, Wichí, Mapuche and Ava Guaraní, while translation into the remaining twelve indigenous languages will follow. Read the article [in Spanish] …

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