Indigenous Perspectives on Climate Change Solutions
Ranjan Datta (Mount Royal University), Jebunnessa Chapola (Mount Royal University), Ragnhild Freng Dale (Western Norway Research Institute) and Shayan Shokrgozar (UiB)
Note: The event will take place in Jekteviksbakken 31. It is also possible to join through Zoom. Light lunch will be served.
The 2023 Annual Lecture on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples will be held by Ranjan Datta (Assistant Professor and Canada Research Chair at Mount Royal University in Canada). He will speak on: “An Indigenous Perspective on Climate Change Solutions: A Decolonial Learning Journey”.
Following the lecture, there will be a panel discussion with Jebunnessa Chapola (Mount Royal University) Ragnhild Freng Dale (Western Norway Research Institute) and Shayan Shokrgozar (UiB). Lara Cõrtes (LawTransform) will moderate the discussion.
The Annual Lecture on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples is a cooperation between LawTransform (the CMI-UiB Centre on Law & Social Transformation), Bergen Sameforening, GRIP (Global Research Program on Inequality), CET (Centre for Climate and Energy Transformation) and Bergen Global CMI/UiB.