Arctic, Co-production, Indigenous Knowledge, Indigenous Peoples
This perspective presents a statement of the 10th International Congress of Arctic Social Sciences Indigenous Knowledge and knowledge co-production panel and discussion group, 20 July 2021. The statement is designed to serve as a characterization of the state-of-the-art and guidance for further advancement of Indigenous Knowledge and knowledge co-production in the Arctic. It identifies existing challenges and provides specific recommendations for researchers, Indigenous communities, and funding agencies on meaningful recognition and engagement of Indigenous Knowledge systems.
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Degai, Tatiana; Petrov, Andrey N.; Badhe, Renuka; Egede Dahl, Parnuna P.; Döring, Nina; Dudeck, Stephan; Hermann, Thora M.; Golovnev, Andrei; Mack, Liza; Omma, Elle Merete; Retter, Gunn Britt; Saxinger, Gertrude; Scheepstra, Annette J.M.; Shadrin, Chief Vyachelav; Shorty, Norma; and Strawhacker, Colleen, "Shaping Arctic’s Tomorrow through Indigenous Knowledge Engagement and Knowledge Co-Production" (2022). Faculty Publications. 5214.