Indigenous Knowledge in the Time of Polycrisis – panel discussion
At the time of biodiversity collapse and climate change, Indigenous knowledge has been highlighted as a missing element. What do Indigenous scholars say about the inclusivity of Indigenous knowledge in policy making and academia? What is the genealogy of the crisis from Indigenous perspective and who has the agency in sustainable transformation?
When? Thursday, May 23rd at 12:00–13:30 (EEST)
Where? Think Lounge, Think Corner 2nd floor, Yliopistonkatu 4
This event includes following speakers:
  • Justino Sarmento Rezendo Tuyuka, postdoctoral researcher, UFAM, Brazil. 
  • Rosijane Fernandes Moura, PhD researcher UFAM, Brazil. 
  • Francisco Apurinã, postdoctoral researcher, UH. 
  • Judith Daxootsu Ramos, Assistant professor,  University of Alaska Southeast
Moderator: Pirjo Kristiina Virtanen, professor of indigenous studies, Faculty of Arts, University of Helsinki
Organizer: Indigenous studies
The event is open for everyone.
The event is supported by the TFK program of the Finnish National Agency for Education, EU funded project EDGES, and HSSH visiting professor program.