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While Indigenous participation and knowledge are crucial to promoting cultural diversity and inclusion, integrating traditional ecological knowledge, demonstrating respect for indigenous rights and sovereignty, and addressing environmental injustice, their voices are often limited in sustainability work, despite their recognised importance. In acknowledgement of this issue, this roundtable will focus on the efforts of members to meaningfully integrate Indigenous voices into their sustainability work, and identify areas for growth and improvement.

Member roundtables are an opportunity for sustainability educators and practitioners to connect in an informal virtual setting to share ideas, challenges and practical solutions with colleagues from across the ACTS network.

Each meeting will be limited to a small number of active participants, allowing everyone the opportunity to share experiences from their institution on the roundtable topic. Members can also register as listen-only participants (while still able to submit questions for discussion).

There is no expectation for organisations to be doing everything perfectly (in reference to the roundtable topic), rather this is an opportunity to connect with fellow members within the ACTS community who are addressing similar challenges, and taking advantage of similar opportunities!


11 July, 2023
11:00 am - 12:30 pm AEST
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