Indigenous-led approaches to strengthening and sharing our knowledge for land and sea management

Best Practice Guidelines from Australian experiences
 

With contributions from over 100 Indigenous individuals and organisations, these Indigenous-led Guidelines support a step-change in learning, by both Indigenous peoples and their partners, about best practice ways of working with Indigenous knowledge to look after land and sea Country.

Supported by NAILSMA and CSIRO, and funded by the Northern Australia Hub of the Australian Government's National Environmental Science Program (NESP), the Our Knowledge Our Way Guidelines are based on 23 case studies that illustrate the critical principle that Indigenous people must decide what is best practice when working with their knowledge.

The launch will feature a short film, followed by a Q&A session with Indigenous co-authors and partners.

Pricing

  • Free

Event date: 30Jul 2020

Thursday 30 Jul 2020

Online virtual event

  • 1.00pm to 2.00pm AEST

Login details will be emailed to registrants

More information

Agenda (AEST)

Time Activity
1.00pm Welcome and Introduction
1.05pm Film showcasing Our Knowledge Our Way
1.25pm Q&A session – audience members are welcomed to ask questions of the panel of Indigenous co-authors and project partners
2.00pm Close


Artwork: "Sharing the knowledge for caring for our Land"
© Emma Burchill, 2020

Collaborators

Australian Government | National Environmental Science Program | CSIRO | NAILSMA | IUCN National Committee Australia | Northern Australia Environmental Resources Hub


Science areas: Environment and Animals and plants and Geosciences

Event type: Online