Shaping Arctic’s Tomorrow through Indigenous Knowledge Engagement and Knowledge Co-Production

Tatiana Degai*, Andrey N. Petrov, Renuka Badhe, Parnuna P. Egede Dahl, Nina Döring, Stephan Dudeck, Thora M. Hermann, Andrei Golovnev, Liza Mack, Elle Merete Omma, Gunn Britt Retter, Gertrude Saxinger, Annette J.M. Scheepstra, Chief Vyachelav Shadrin, Norma Shorty, Colleen Strawhacker

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Abstract

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.

Original languageEnglish
Article number1331
Number of pages4
JournalSustainability
Volume14
Issue number3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1-Feb-2022

Keywords

  • Arctic
  • Co-production
  • Indigenous Knowledge
  • Indigenous Peoples

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