Integration of indigenous and biocultural practices into academia, training and development

 

Integration of indigenous and biocultural practices  into academia, training  and development

Session 34 for the 13th Congress of the International Society of Ethnobiology

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Posted 08 September 2011, by Staff,  13th Congress of the International Society of Ethnobiology, congress-ise2012.agropolis.fr

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(Ed Note: Please visit the Selected Session Proposals page for a complete listing of sessions)

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EXCERPT:

Objectives of the session: The objective of this session is to develop options for co-­ ‐learning between indigenous and traditional knowledge  olders and communities and academia.

• To share experiences on attempting to reconcile these development needs, scientific interest and local priorities

• To recognize local peoples’ potential role as para-­‐biologists and their “indigenous wisdom”, conservation institutions

• To share an innovative model of institute model for co-­‐learning process between indigenous knowledge holders and academia from Uganda in health, food and agriculture and social science field

• To identify pathways of establishing centres of excellence for mutual academia – community co learning and co-­‐research

• To develop theoretical and methodological paradigms within which to understand the specific characteristics of co-­‐learning of formal educated (academia) and traditional educated indigenous knowledge holders.

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http://congress-ise2012.agropolis.fr/ftpheb.agropolis.fr/en/styled-7/

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