Dialogues on Indigenous Peoples’ territories: stories of resilience | Dialogue Two: Challenging scientific hierarchies through Indigenous Peoples’ Knowledge

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Narrative of the dialogues

(En anglais seulement) Dialogues on Indigenous Peoples’ territories: stories of resilience 

The Dialogues on Indigenous Peoples’ territories: stories of resilience is 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 dialogues are coordinated by Doctoral Candidate Luisa Castaneda-Quintana, in collaboration with the Centre for Human Rights and Legal Pluralism and Indigenous Law Association / Association du Droit Autochtone (ILADA). 

Tania Martínez-Cruz and Yon Fernandez-de-Larrinoa in conversation with Luisa Castenada-Quintana.

Tania Martínez-Cruz, Ëyuujk people, FAO Indigenous Peoples Unit & Global-Hub on Indigenous Peoples’ Food Systems

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

Registration required.

For more information: luisa.castanedaquintana [at] mail.mcgill.ca

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