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141028 open access to agricultural knowledge for inclusive growth

presentation in workshop on "Open Access to Agricultural Knowledge for Inclusive Growth and Development" held on 29-30th October, 2014 at National Academy of Agricultural Research Management

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141028 open access to agricultural knowledge for inclusive growth

  2. 2. Who we are?  Centre for Sustainable Agriculture a not for profit organisation working in AP, Telangana, Maharashtra, Punjab, Chhattisgarh, Odisha and Madhya Pradesh  Sahaja Aharam is a farmer producer organisation with 5000 farmers who are into food, fibre, seeds and bioinputs productions
  3. 3. What we are working on?  Generating and collating knowledge on agro-ecological approaches to sustain agriculture  Building farmers institutions to improve their bargaining power  Institutional, legal and policy frame work for supporting farmers livelihoods
  4. 4. Open access to knowledge  Collaborative innovation: NPM scalingup  Indian Society for Agro-Ecology (ISOR)  Agriculture Biodiversity Knowledge Community  within communities of independent people that choose voluntarily to cooperate  Three key ingredients of openness: Cultural practices, Licensing Innovative collaborative methods
  5. 5. Open Knowledge sharing platforms  http://www.eKrishi.in  http://www.krishi.tv
  6. 6. Open Source Seed Systems  OSS System: arrangements that facilitate and preserve freedom of access and use of plant genetic material, prohibit exclusive rights, and apply to any subsequent derivatives of those materials  Freedom of access: Any one committing to OSS agreement receives freedom of access and use for the material under Material Transfer Agreements (MTAs)  Open Access and Benefit Sharing  Legal and Institutional Systems
  7. 7. Issues…  No access to data and information Pesticide residue testing GM field trials  Not acknowledging the contributions Non Pesticidal Management, CMSA  Biopiracy HMT rice by PKV Bt Brinjal by UAS  Knowledge appropriation Gongura pickle by NRC Meat
  8. 8. Way forward  Move beyond ‘free’ access  Create platforms for innovative collaborations for knowledge generation  Open access to data to make research more transparent and accountable
  9. 9. Centre for Sustainable Agriculture Ramanjaneyulu ramoo@csa-india.org www.csa-india.org www.agrariancrisis.in