|Title:||Sharing the Knowledge: First Nations Resource Guide|
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|Category:||Writing Research and Publishing Guides|
|Publisher:||Legal Services Society of British Columbia (December 1996)|
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Sharing the Knowledge: First Nations Resource Guide Paperback – December, 1996. by. Gene Joseph (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central.
Gene Anne Joseph is a Wet'suwet'en Nadleh'dena First Nations librarian from Hagwilget, British Columbia. She was the founding librarian of the Xwi7xwa Library at the University of British Columbia and the first librarian of First Nations descent in British Columbia. In 2018, she received an honorary Doctor of Laws from Vancouver Island University.
Home All Categories Sharing the Knowledge: A First Nations Resource Guide. ISBN13: 9780919736771. Sharing the Knowledge: First Nations Resource Guide.
Author : Gene Joseph. Publisher : Legal Services Society of British Columbia.
Each theme begins with learning objectives and a narrative, intended to start the conversation and help plan lessons. The theme then includes individual exercises, group activities, and resources to assist students and instructors in deepening their knowledge of a topic. Autobiography: A first-person narrative of someone’s life. The Diary of Anne Frank is a very famous example of this type of Literature. Biography: The story of a person’s life, written by someone other than the subject of the book. An example of a recent best-selling biography is Steve Jobs, by Walter Isaacson. The international community first recognized this in 1948 through Article 26 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, stating, Everyone has a right to education.
A first approach to benefit-sharing is based on the imbalance in the allocation and exploitation of plant genetic resources between developed and developing countries. Our world is rich in biodiversity, and although threatened, this diversity remains the basis of human life and something from which, clearly, we all benefit. Commutative justice is relatively easy to realize when a resource is rivalrous and excludable in nature.
Sharing the knowledge. Bibliography, Government relations, Indians of North America.
Sharing the Knowledge A First Nations Resource Guide by Gene Joseph, United Native Nations Paperback, Published 1992 by Legal Services Society Of British Columbia ISBN-13: 978-19736-77-1, ISBN: 19736-77-7. Adenium - Sculptural Elegance, Floral Extravagance by Mark Dimmitt, Gene Joseph, David Palzkill Paperback, 152 Pages, Published 2009 by Scathingly Brilliant Idea.