From risks to rights: challenges for biotechnology policy.

Abstract

This Briefing, drawing on experience in Zimbabwe, shows how an emphasis on rights has influenced thinking about property, consumer, livelihood and development rights in the context of biotechnology and GM crops.

Citation

Democratising Biotechnology:Genetically Modified Crops in Developing Countries Briefing Series.Briefing 12. Brighton, UK: Institute of Development Studies.ISBN 1 85864 487 9, 2 pp.

From risks to rights: challenges for biotechnology policy.

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