The inaugural WIN Conference, hosted by the Australian Government and the traditional owners of Darwin, the Larrakia people, took place in Darwin, Australia from 26 to 29 May 2013. Approximately 1200 delegates from more than 50 countries attended the conference, which included presentations, workshops and plenary addresses on many issues.
Darwin Convention Center
Topics discussed at the conference ranged from ancestral domains in the Philippines to community based environmental education in Mongolia to food security in the Arctic.
The event provided a unique and exciting opportunity for indigenous and local community land and sea managers worldwide to come together, learn from each other, and build alliances. To read more about the conference, and to hear an interview with participants, please see this article from SBS News.
Below is an archive of presentations and keynote addresses given at the inaugural WIN conference. Click the date below to expand the archive. Many presentations include video footage and a downloadable presentation file.
- Creating Our Own Environmental Education Program: Bridging knowledge between elders and children across twenty-seven primary schools in Papua and Southeast Moluccas
- The Gabbie Kylie Foundation as Community Natural and Cultural Heritage Management: A Case Study from southern Western Australia
- Participatory Video process: a tool of Empowering Indigenous Peoples
- Community protocols: affirming stewardship rights over territories and waters
- Aloha`Āina: A Framework for Biocultural Resource Management in Hawai`i’s Anthropogenic Ecosystems
- NSW Marine Parks and Aboriginal Cultural Fishing
- Developing an ancestral domain planning framework: a case study from the Philippines
- Local community strategies to protect Rio de Janeiro Cultural Landscape, in the perspective of a local citizen: the case of Aterro do Flamengo Park (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
- Managing the Murray Darling Basin together, Challenges and Pathways to Achieving Cultural Empowerment in the Northern Murray Darling
- The evolution of traditional use of marine resources agreements on the Great Barrier Reef
- CBD side-event: Expanding and strengthening an indigenous and local community network on customary sustainable use (CBD Article 10c)
- The IPA way – joint presentation with the Southern Tanami Indigenous Protected Area
- Mapping, Managing, and Benefitting from Locally Managed Marine Areas: Comparing the Indonesian case studies of the Padaido Islands in Biak, Papua and Tanimbar Kei Island in the Kei Islands, Southeast Moluccas
- Knowledge sharing partnerships to explore and protect freshwater places
- Stories of deep time: Kids teaching kids in the Willandra Lakes World Heritage Area
- Developing models of local indigenous marine management in the Philippines: The case of Agta-Dumagat-Remontado and Tagbanua tribes
- Laponia world heritage – a new management of protected areas, where Sami traditional knowledge is of high significance
- Tagging dugongs – from the Kimberley to Abu Dhabi
- Indigenous partnerships – making sense
- Keynote Speaker: Deputy Grand Chief Ashley Iserhoff
- Manaaki Taha Moana: enhancing coastal ecosystems for Māori
- IPBES side-event: Connecting Indigenous traditional and local knowledge and science, such as in the IPBES – what’s in it for knowledge holders?
- How Cultural sites are Complementary to the Protected Areas in Nepal: Innovations for the Ground
- The experience of training courses for indigenous rangers coordinated by the NGO Equipe de Conservação da Amazônia – ECAM (Amazon Conservation Team ACT Brazil)
- Young Indigenous and local community land and sea managers – youth discussion
- Manage locally – Protect globally. Shorebird Monitoring in Indigenous Communities
- Buffalo management plan: forming collaborative partnerships to protect natural and cultural values with the Laynhapuy IPA
- Ecuador: plurinacionality, territorial self-determination and “life plans” in Indigenous nations and Afro-Ecuadorians (I and II)
- Keynote Speaker: Wayne Bergmann