Deborah McGregor recently took part in a webinar on Indigenous and intercultural research, discussing Indigenous knowledge and environmental justice, Indigenous research approaches and intercultural research teams – such as our Indigenous and non-Indigenous research partnership project.
Also participating was Bagele Chilsa, University of Botswana, raising the issues and methods for researchers to consider when they are studying formerly colonised societies, Indigenous peoples, or historically oppressed communities.
The webinar is a really fascinating discussion with Bagele and Deb providing their unique and significant perspectives and stories about the concept of knowledge, research purposes and processes, and research relationships.
You can access a recording of the webinar and links to a range of posts and resources here:
Note: thanks to Janet Salmons for organising the webinar