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Join us for an insightful talk on "How to #Fish with Respect: Transforming Human-Fish Relations in Riverside #Amazonia" by Dr. Vinicius de Aguiar Furuie🌿🐟

📅Date: April 15th, 2024
⏰Time: 3:00 pm
🏫Location: Peterson Hall Rm 108 & Online

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Join us for an insightful talk on How to #Fish with Respect: Transforming Human-Fish Relations in Riverside #Amazonia by Dr. Vinicius de Aguiar Furuie🌿🐟 

📅Date: April 15th, 2024
⏰Time: 3:00 pm
🏫Location: Peterson Hall Rm 108 & Online

See you there!

04/12 @ 5:00 PM
Peterson Hall 108

The Centre for Indigenous Conservation and Development Alternatives (@cicada_org) and the Mohawk Council of Kahnawá:ke (MCK) co-present an evening of video installation produced by McGill Students in collaboration with McGill's Critical Media Lab that highlights the voices and experiences of seven Indigenous leaders from across Abya Yala and Turtle Island as they unpack what Climate (in)Justice means to them.

The event will also serve as a launch for the "Lessons Learned Brief" from the Sept 28-October 2, 2023 retreat “Indigenous Peoples, Climate Justice and Action Research in the Americas: Exchanging Knowledges and Building Alliances for Territories of Life.” This retreat brought together over 50 Indigenous participants and their academic allies from across the Americas.

Light refreshments will be served.

Supported by the International Development Research Centre (IDRC) of Canada, and Leadership for the Ecozoic.
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04/12 @ 5:00 PM
Peterson Hall 108

The Centre for Indigenous Conservation and Development Alternatives (@cicada_org) and the Mohawk Council of Kahnawá:ke (MCK) co-present an evening of video installation produced by McGill Students in collaboration with McGills Critical Media Lab that highlights the voices and experiences of seven Indigenous leaders from across Abya Yala and Turtle Island as they unpack what Climate (in)Justice means to them.

The event will also serve as a launch for the Lessons Learned Brief from the Sept 28-October 2, 2023 retreat “Indigenous Peoples, Climate Justice and Action Research in the Americas: Exchanging Knowledges and Building Alliances for Territories of Life.” This retreat brought together over 50 Indigenous participants and their academic allies from across the Americas.

Light refreshments will be served.

Supported by the International Development Research Centre (IDRC) of Canada, and Leadership for the Ecozoic.

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🌊Field seminar in Pará, Brazilian Amazon, organized by Laurent Jérôme and Anne-Marie Colpron for UQAM's Graduate Programme in Religious Studies, explored water's significance in Indigenous cosmologies. Discussions on territorial issues, environmental concerns like climate change, and cultural exchanges among Quebec and Brazilian Indigenous communities sparked reflections on preserving traditions. t.ly/At3Kr

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🌊Séminaire sur le terrain à Pará, dans l'Amazonie brésilienne, organisé par Laurent Jérôme et Anne-Marie Colpron pour le Programme d'études supérieures en sciences religieuses de l'UQAM, a exploré la signification de l'eau dans les cosmologies indigènes. Les discussions sur les questions territoriales, les préoccupations environnementales telles que le changement climatique et les échanges culturels entre les communautés autochtones du Québec et du Brésil ont suscité des réflexions sur la préservation des traditions. t.ly/vFd5r

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🌊El seminario de campo en Pará, en la Amazonía brasileña, organizado por Laurent Jérôme y Anne-Marie Colpron para el Programa de Posgrado en Estudios Religiosos de la UQAM, exploró la importancia del agua en las cosmologías indígenas. Las discusiones sobre cuestiones territoriales, preocupaciones ambientales como el cambio climático e intercambios culturales entre las comunidades indígenas de Quebec y Brasil provocaron reflexiones sobre la preservación de las trEN
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🌎Delegations from Mapuche (Chile), Maya (Mexico), P'urhépecha (Mexico) and Anicinabe (Quebec) Nations met at Notcimik Pimatisiwin for workshops on territorial education in Quebec. They discussed preserving heritage sites, the importance of language in knowledge transmission, and shared struggles despite diverse contexts. Together, they emphasized resistance as vital for Indigenous pride and advocated for international collaboration to preserve Indigenous knowledge. Read more in our latest newsletter: t.ly/At3Kr

🌎Des délégations des Nations Mapuche (Chili), Maya (Mexique), P'urhépecha (Mexique) et Anicinabe (Québec) se sont réunies à Notcimik Pimatisiwin pour des ateliers sur l'éducation territoriale au Québec. Ils ont discuté de la préservation des sites patrimoniaux, de l'importance de la langue dans la transmission des connaissances et des luttes partagées malgré des contextes divers. Ensemble, ils ont souligné la résistance comme étant essentielle pour la fierté autochtone et ont plaidé en faveur d'une collaboration internationale pour préserver les connaissances autochtones. Pour en savoir plus, consultez notre dernier bulletin d'information: t.ly/vFd5r

🌎 Delegaciones de las Naciones Mapuche (Chile), Maya (México), P'urhépecha (México) y Anicinabe (Quebec) se reunieron en Notcimik Pimatisiwin para talleres sobre educación territorial en Quebec. Discutieron la preservación de sitios patrimoniales, la importancia del idioma en la transmisión del conocimiento y las luchas compartidas a pesar de contextos diversos. Juntos, enfatizaron la resistencia como vital para el orgullo indígena y abogaron por la colaboración internacional para preservar el conocimiento indígena. Lee más en nuestro último boletí🌎Delegations from /#IndigenousWisdomritorialEducation #IndigenousWisdom
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🌎Delegations from Mapuche (Chile), Maya (Mexico), Purhépecha (Mexico) and Anicinabe (Quebec) Nations met at Notcimik Pimatisiwin for workshops on territorial education in Quebec. They discussed preserving heritage sites, the importance of language in knowledge transmission, and shared struggles despite diverse contexts. Together, they emphasized resistance as vital for Indigenous pride and advocated for international collaboration to preserve Indigenous knowledge. Read more in our latest newsletter: https://t.ly/At3Kr

🌎Des délégations des Nations Mapuche (Chili), Maya (Mexique), Purhépecha (Mexique) et Anicinabe (Québec) se sont réunies à Notcimik Pimatisiwin pour des ateliers sur léducation territoriale au Québec. Ils ont discuté de la préservation des sites patrimoniaux, de limportance de la langue dans la transmission des connaissances et des luttes partagées malgré des contextes divers. Ensemble, ils ont souligné la résistance comme étant essentielle pour la fierté autochtone et ont plaidé en faveur dune collaboration internationale pour préserver les connaissances autochtones. Pour en savoir plus, consultez notre dernier bulletin dinformation: https://t.ly/vFd5r

🌎 Delegaciones de las Naciones Mapuche (Chile), Maya (México), Purhépecha (México) y Anicinabe (Quebec) se reunieron en Notcimik Pimatisiwin para talleres sobre educación territorial en Quebec. Discutieron la preservación de sitios patrimoniales, la importancia del idioma en la transmisión del conocimiento y las luchas compartidas a pesar de contextos diversos. Juntos, enfatizaron la resistencia como vital para el orgullo indígena y abogaron por la colaboración internacional para preservar el conocimiento indígena. Lee más en nuestro último boletín informativo: https://t.ly/9_Gb_

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🌿We're excited to invite you to the book launch of "Law, Humans, and Plants in the Andes-Amazon" by Dr. Iván Darío Vargas-Roncancio.
📅Date: March 11, 2024
⏰Time: 3:00 pm
🏨Location: Peterson Hall 108, or via Zoom
See you there! Refreshments will be provided!
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🌿Were excited to invite you to the book launch of Law, Humans, and Plants in the Andes-Amazon by Dr. Iván Darío Vargas-Roncancio. 
📅Date: March 11, 2024
⏰Time: 3:00 pm
🏨Location: Peterson Hall 108, or via Zoom
See you there! Refreshments will be provided!
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Centre for Indigenous Conservation and Development Alternatives

🎓 Exciting Announcement! 🎉 Join us for the inaugural meeting of the CICADA Forum for graduate and post-doctoral students! 🌟

🗓️ Date: Wednesday, February 28, 2024
🕧 Time: 12:30 - 2:00 PM
📍 Location: Peterson 116, McGill University (Hybrid event: Zoom: t.ly/pBfMN)

🎙️ Special Guest: Léa Denieul-Pinsky
🔍 Topic: "Mapping colonial archives to seek justice in the present"

🌐 Language: English presentation, bilingual discussion (French/English)

Don't miss this chance to engage, learn, and connect! See you there! 🌟 #CICADAForum #GraduateStudents #PostDocs #McGillUniversity
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🎓 Exciting Announcement! 🎉 Join us for the inaugural meeting of the CICADA Forum for graduate and post-doctoral students! 🌟

🗓️ Date: Wednesday, February 28, 2024
🕧 Time: 12:30 - 2:00 PM
📍 Location: Peterson 116, McGill University (Hybrid event: Zoom: https://t.ly/pBfMN) 

🎙️ Special Guest: Léa Denieul-Pinsky
🔍 Topic: Mapping colonial archives to seek justice in the present

🌐 Language: English presentation, bilingual discussion (French/English)

Dont miss this chance to engage, learn, and connect! See you there! 🌟 #CICADAForum #GraduateStudents #PostDocs #McGillUniversity

**UPDATE: The location of this event has been changed to Peterson Hall 116. Sorry for any inconvenience it may cause. Thanks!**

We are happy to share this talk "Urban Autonomy and the Art of Living Otherwise" by Sam Law, co-hosted by Stasis- groupe d’enquête sur le contemporain & STANDD! Don't miss the chance to dive into innovative perspectives on urban living and autonomy!
📅Date: March 1st, Friday
⏰Time: 12:30-2:30
🏨Location: Peterson Hall 116, McGill University
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**UPDATE: The location of this event has been changed to Peterson Hall 116. Sorry for any inconvenience it may cause. Thanks!**

We are happy to share this talk Urban Autonomy and the Art of Living Otherwise by Sam Law, co-hosted by Stasis- groupe d’enquête sur le contemporain & STANDD! Dont miss the chance to dive into innovative perspectives on urban living and autonomy!
📅Date: March 1st, Friday
⏰Time: 12:30-2:30
🏨Location: Peterson Hall 116, McGill University
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