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Centre for Indigenous Conservation and Development Alternatives is in Washington, District of Columbia.
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Congratulations to CICADA Postdoctoral Fellow Viviane Weitzner, who received the Law and Society Association’s 2019 Dissertation Prize Honorable Mention for her dissertation “Raw Economy/Raw Law: Ancestral Peoples, Mining, Law and Violence in Colombia”. The selection committee highlighted Viviane’s “in-depth local knowledge of difficult to study and often dangerous areas of the country, her eminently readable ethnographic vignettes, her theoretical innovations, and her thoughtful reflections on her own positionality [...]”. Find out more about her work here: cicada.world/partners/academics/postdoctoral-fellows/. Congratulations Viviane! ... See MoreSee Less
We at CICADA would like to thank all of the participants and co-organizers of the recent North American Dialogue on Biocultural Diversity, held in Montreal from May 5-8, 2019. We are especially grateful to our hosts at Kahnawake for a very warm and meaningful reception in the community. We look forward to the critically important work that lies ahead.The first North American Dialogue on Biocultural Diversity, held in Montreal on May 5-8, 2019. A visit to Kahnawake took place on May 6. ... See MoreSee Less
CICADA would like to thank all who participated in our recent CICADA-ICCA Consortium Meeting of Indigenous and Research Partners from Canada, the USA, Australia and New Zealand, held in Montreal, May 1-4, 2019. We look forward to continued dialogue and collaborations.CICADA-ICCA Consortium Meeting of Indigenous and Research Partners from Canada, the USA, Australia and New Zealand, held in Montreal, May 1-4, 2019 ... See MoreSee Less
CICADA was honoured to host Qwalqwalten John (Garry John) last week for his talk, "Self-determination in the face of Wreck-conciliation!?: A Tsal'alhmec St'át'imc Reflection on Four Decades of Activism and Drumming," delivered at McGill on March 22, 2019. Video of the talk is now online.Kukwpi7 Qwalqwalten (Garry John), from the St'át'imc Nation (Tsal'alh) in BC, Canada, delivers the talk, "Self-determination in the face of Wreck-conciliatio... ... See MoreSee Less