Presentation on theme: "Albert Marshall 1 and Cheryl Bartlett 2 1 Elder and HonDLitt, Eskasoni community, Mikmaq Nation 2 Canada Research Chair in Integrative Science & Professor."— Presentation transcript:
Albert Marshall 1 and Cheryl Bartlett 2 1 Elder and HonDLitt, Eskasoni community, Mikmaq Nation 2 Canada Research Chair in Integrative Science & Professor of Biology, CBU email@example.com@ns.sympatico.ca firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Integrative Science and Two-Eyed Seeing: Walking & Talking Together UPPER FRASER FISHERIES CONSERVATION ALLIANCE 3 MARCH 2010; PRINCE GEORGE, BC
Outline of Presentation Introduction: Integrative Science & TES Seven Lessons Learned 1.Acknowledge we need each other: Co-Learning Journey 2.Adopt a Guiding Principle: Two-Eyed Seeing (TES) 3.View science inclusive of two (or more) worldviews 4.Grow forward: together, we heal 5.Put our actions, values, and knowledges out in front enter ethical space (sensu Willie Ermine) 6.Use visuals 7.Weave back and forth between our worldviews Walking & Talking Together
Eskasoni First Nation Detachment Thank you / Welalioq IAPH The support of various partners and funding agencies is gratefully acknowledged.
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