Land Dialogues Webinar Series 2023 | Land Portal
Janeiro 2022 to Dezembro 2023
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Languages of the event: 
inglês, português, castelhano, francês

One of the main aims of the Land Dialogues series is to highlight Indigenous knowledge and wisdom as solutions to pressing global challenges. The series achieved this by creating a virtual space that bridged the gap, where the term “expert” wasn't limited to academics or researchers, in an effort to both decolonize and democratize knowledge. In particular, the Land Portal’s role was to highlight Indigenous Peoples’ need for agency and control over the data concerning them, recognizing that data could either amplify equality or exacerbate unequal power structures.

The Land Dialogues 2023 series, therefore, shed light on a variety of important issues regarding the agency of Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities’ land rights; from the power differentials that existed concerning Indigenous land data, to Indigenous Peoples and Local communities taking back control of the dialogues and discussions with donors regarding climate funds. With this in mind, a series of four webinars were held in English with simultaneous translation into Spanish, Portuguese, and French. The Land Dialogues were co-organized by the Land Portal Foundation, the Tenure Facility, the Ford Foundation, and the Thomson Reuters Foundation.

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