The Registry is one of the valid international projects of the Legal Support Department for registration of global biocultural diversity rights issues as a series of Identity documents which are listed in a database. The Global Biocultural Diversity Rights Foundation proudly innovated the Registry project for the first time in the world.
Today, many biocultural diversity forms are in danger of destruction or already destroyed, and they are not registered at any registration resources. Without the registration of the identity it is not possible to aim them.
The biocultural diversity rights issues which are listed at the Registry project, may receive legal support of the Registry Rights Protection and Justice Program (RRPJP).
The Registry project publishes a document called “Identity” for biocultural diversity rights issues and registers them in the Registry database. The Identity is a document which contains full history, geography, political, cultural, historical, social, linguistic, environmental, ecological, indigenous knowledge and generally all roots of the biocultural diversity rights issue. The Identity document shows the biocultural diversity rights identity as well as people who belong to the biocultural diversity issues.
Please note , no one is the owner of biocultural diversity.
Procedure for issuing Identity and registration of biocultural diversity rights issue in the Registry project is simple; as any individual, group of people or governmental or non-governmental organizations are welcome to apply as members.
Only biocultural diversity issues which do not violate goals of the GBDRF may be examined or register in the Registry.
Who should apply to the programs of the Legal Support Department?
1- Applying for membership in these programs is only possible for the GBDRF members.
2- Every interested GBDRF member may apply to join the programs of GBDRF Legal Support Department Programs only in the members area on the GBDRF website.
3- The Board of GBDRF reserves the right to accept or reject applications.
GBDRF will not guarantee the activities of the Legal Support Program (LSP) and the Registry, Rights Protection and Access to Justice Program (RRPAJP) members.
GBDRF will admit only the accepted and qualified GBDRF members.
Members of the Legal Support Program (LSP) and the Registry, Rights Protection and Access to Justice program (RRPAJP) are responsible for their activities with respect to applicable laws, third party(ies), and they do not represent GBDRF.
How should you apply to the programs of the Legal Support Department?
By clicking here, you may apply for the GBDRF membership. If your application is accepted, you may enter in the members’ area for more information and apply for membership in these programs.