This workshop will build upon a previous event: “Indigenous Languages, Knowledge and Rights in the context of climate change adaptation and mitigation, (forest) landscape restoration and sustainable development,” providing further opportunity to explore how to better understand the role of Indigenous languages in knowledge sharing and solutions to climate change and landscape restoration. The workshop will aim to develop ideas for ensuring the rights of Indigenous people’s in protecting both land but also culture, customs, indigenous language and knowledge, and how these can be appreciated and valued by the scientific community. This workshop will begin with a presentation of the outcomes of the first workshop, after which participants will be invited to build on the ideas in a facilitated process.
The outcomes of this workshop will be integrated into the ongoing process of developing a rights-based approach to sustainable landscapes.
During GLF Bonn 2019 the GLF Knowledge team will be co-creating and facilitating 4 workshops in order to contribute to the rights-based approach to sustainable landscape management, and to begin a collaborative consultation process for the Decade of Ecosystem Restoration. Join us to think together in a participatory process that welcomes all experience and input.
To register please send an email GLF Knowledge Sharing Coordinator, Jessica Ball firstname.lastname@example.org with one sentence stating why you wish to join this workshop. Please note workshops are limited to 30 spaces.
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