The Future Control of Food: A Guide to International Negotiations and Rules on Intellectual Property, Biodiversity, and Food Security

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Appendix 1

List of Organizations

Descriptions are taken from the websites of the organizations listed.


3D Trade, Human Rights, Equitable Economy (3D THREE)

Maison des Associations

15 rue des Savoises

1205 Geneva

1205 Geneva

Tel: +41 22 320 21 21

Fax: +41 22 320 69 48

Website: www.3dthree.org/en

3D promotes collaboration amongst trade, development and human rights professionals, to ensure that trade rules are developed and applied in ways that promote an equitable economy.


American Bioindustry Alliance (ABIA)

3514 30th Street NW

Washington, DC 20008

USA

Tel: +1 202 973 2870

Fax: +1 202 296 8407

Website: www.abialliance.com

An alliance of companies representing the broad spectrum of the American biotechnology industry, ABIA members support the development and implementation of equitable, sustainable, mutually beneficial access and benefit sharing (ABS) policies relating to genetic resources.


ActionAid

Hamlyn House

Macdonald Road

London

N19 5PG

UK

Tel: +44 20 7561 7561

Fax: +44 20 7272 0899

Website: www.actionaid.org

ActionAid is an international anti-poverty agency whose aim is to fight poverty worldwide including by campaigning on food rights.


Biological Innovation for Open Society (BiOS)

c/o CAMBIA

GPO Box 3200

Canberra, ACT 2601

Australia

Tel: +61 2 6246 4500

Fax: +61 2 6246 4533

Website: www.bios.net

BiOS has evolved as a response to inequities in food security, nutrition, health and natural resource management. Its goal is to democratize problem solving to enable diverse solutions to problems through decentralized innovation.

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