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Meet the Ideas! Session 2: Understanding the Role of Indigenous Knowledge in Humanitarian Response

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Humanitarian Advisory Group is inviting you to Meet the Ideas – our seminar series to showcase the people, thinking and direction of our recent research. We know you are all busy, and often don’t have time to read long form reports – so we are providing our research in these easy access seminars to you can be across the ideas and ready for action!

The Meet the Ideas seminar series for June aims to spotlight different issues in relation to the politics of humanitarian knowledge and the changes that can bring about more inclusive and equitable approaches to research, analysis, and decision-making. 

As part of the Power, People and Local Leadership stream of the Humanitarian Horizons Program, Humanitarian Advisory Group (HAG) and our research partners examine inequalities embedded in the humanitarian system, the conditions that perpetuate them, and avenues for change.

Session 2: Understanding the Role of Indigenous Knowledge in Humanitarian Response

Time and date: 20 June 2023; 4:00 PM (Melbourne)

About the session: This session aims to understand practices where indigenous knowledge has been engaged with in a meaningful way – one that benefits indigenous communities beyond the humanitarian response.

You can check out our latest research in this area here:

Needles in a Haystack: An Analysis of Global South Roles in Humanitarian Knowledge Production.

Stories for Change: Elevating Global South Experiences in Humanitarian Knowledge Production.

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