Dialogue on Challenging Scientific Hierarchies through Indigenous Peoples' knowledge Thursday, 31
March 31, 2022
Thursday, March 31, 2022
10:00 - 11:30 EDT |16:00 – 17:30 CEST
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The Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism and Indigenous Law Association / Association du Droit Autochtone (ILADA) are pleased to invite you to the launching of the Dialogues on Indigenous Peoples’ territories: stories of resilience.
Session Two: Challenging Scientific Hierarchies through Indigenous Peoples' knowledge
Tania Martínez-Cruz, #Ëyuujk people, Member of the Global Hub on Indigenous Peoples Food Systems and Research Associate at Free University of Brussels
Yon Fernandez-de-Larrinoa, Head, FAO Indigenous Peoples Unit & Co-Chair Global-Hub on Indigenous Peoples’ Food Systems
Luisa Castaneda-Quintana, Doctoral Candidate, McGill University
Description: The Dialogues on Indigenous Peoples’ territories: stories of resilience is an initiative to start conversations on Indigenous Peoples, their realities, endeavours, and positive contributions on issues of global concern. The objective is to involve students, scholars, the faculty, civil society, and the larger public in meaningful discussions to foster theoretical and practical engagement to advance Indigenous Peoples’ rights.
The guest will delve into the difficulties that stem from the prevalence of Western scientific knowledge in relation to contemporary issues, as well as the importance of the emergence of Indigenous Peoples’ traditional knowledge to better address these issues.
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