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When Western meets Indigenous in Sustainability Science, from theory to practice - Part 2



Part 2 aims to provide space for an open discussion where Indigenous scholars can share their stories and the challenges they are confronted with when working within Western institutions. Non-Indigenous scholars can gain a deeper understanding of how to create more equal and reciprocal academic environments. This raises questions about the role and positionality of both Indigenous and non-Indigenous researchers in the decolonization process. It was not necessary to attend Part 1 of this webinar series to be able to participate and listen to Part 2.

pathways forum


Ñwki Flores - Kinray Hub & K’allam’p

Teriitutea Quesnot - Université de Bretagne Occidentale

Claudia C. Baron-Aguilar - University of South Florida

Discussion facilitator:

Linwood Pendleton - Executive Director of the Ocean Knowledge Action Network


Languages: English