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Webinar 3: Indigenous Research Engagement

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As most GWF research projects are located either on traditional Indigenous territories or reserve lands across Canada, the need to develop best practices for ethical research involving Indigenous communities, peoples, lands, and knowledge are essential to their success. Our third KM webinar will focus on developing a better understanding of the unique history and needs of Indigenous peoples and communities. Through interactive conversation and real examples illustrating best practices; the similarities and differences between the Indigenous and Western worldviews; and expectations of funding agencies we will begin to pave the way to ethical, inclusive, and synergistic research outcomes in the spirit of co-creation with Indigenous communities.

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Andrew Spring, Knowledge Mobilization Specialist, GWF- Wilfrid Laurier University

Stephanie Morningstar, Knowledge Mobilization Specialist, GWF- McMaster University

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