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Posters on Indigenous Knowledge
A series of seven indigenous knowledge posters was launched by the LINKS Programme at the National Cultural Centre of Vanuatu in December 2008. These posters introduce important concepts and issues relating to knowledge in indigenous societies today. They are illustrated with case studies and images from around the world. The posters serve as a learning resource that strengthens awareness of the many opportunities and challenges facing indigenous knowledge holders. They may be used in a variety of educational settings within schools or the community.

The posters are available in English, French, Spanish and Bislama (Vanuatu).

 

The Canoe Is the People: Indigenous Navigation in the Pacific
Thousands of years ago, when most European sailors were still hugging the coast, the island peoples of the Pacific held the knowledge and skills to explore the great ocean paths around and beyond their homes. Voyage into this CD to find out how.

Launched 27 June 2007 - He Waka He Tangata
The updated Maori language version.
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Dream Trackers: Yapa Art and Knowledge of the Australian Desert
Fifty men and women, custodians of the Warlipiri land, take you through their ritual, visual and performing arts, on the tracks of some of their eternal ancestors, the Dreamings, embodied in sacred sites, the book of the earth and its memory.

 

 

LINKS Brochure
Sophisticated knowledge of the natural world is not confined to science. Societies from all regions of the world have developed rich sets of experience, understanding and explanation. [Brochure describing the LINKS Project] 

Posters
Presented at the exhibition "Common Heritage, Plural Identities: Our Creative Diversity" on the occasihe 31st session of the General Conference of UNESCO.

   


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