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    • Discussion on Approaches to Traditional Knowledge Sharing
      This online forum discussion will be a continuation and an enrichment of a previous dialogue that Equator Initiative/WIN hosted at UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues in May 2015, called ‘Sharing Knowledge: A Conversation on Approaches to Traditional Knowledge Sharing’. Two Australian Aboriginal women, Mikaela Jade at Indigital Pty Ltd and Angie Abdilla from Old Ways, New Tech: Culture. Innovation. Technology, will serve as moderators with the participation of Edward Dee, a Navajo traditional knowledge scholar at Arizona State University. This discussion will go from Thursday 9 July 9 AM Australia (New South Wales Greenwich Mean Time +10) to Thursday 16 July (midnight New South Wales, Australia).
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    • Pacific Issues and COP21
      Please join us on 18 April for the launch of our online forum discussion co-moderated by Tui Shortland and Samson Viulu of WIN Pacific. The forum discussion will conclude on 22 April. This forum will explore what the Paris Agreement means to the Pacific, and how well it has addressed the concerns of indigenous peoples and local communities in the Pacific. To start a new discussion thread, or to participate in a discussion, please first register for an account.
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    • Firing up for Climate – Traditional Fire Management Tackling Climate Change Forum
      In lead up to the Climate Change Conference in Paris next month, the Equator Initiative’s WIN is hosting an online forum discussion on traditional fire management. The discussion will be moderated by Ari Gorring from the Kimberley Land Council, Australia and Sam Johnston from the United Nations University. To start a new discussion thread, or to participate in a discussion, please first register for an account. The online discussion will be launched Monday 9 November at 9 AM (Australian Western Standard Time UTC/GMT+8 hours) and will run through Friday 13 November until 6 PM (Australian Western Standard time).  
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