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Foredrag — Sustainability Science Centre is proud to present a sustainability lecture on 6 December 2018, with Bevyline Sithole, Founder, Aboriginal Research Practitioners Network (ARPNet) and Adjunct Fellow at the Research Institute for Environment and Livelihoods, Charles Darwin University, Australia.
Date & Time:
Auditorium, Geologial Museum, Øster Voldgade 5-7. 1350 Kbh K.
Sustainability Science Centre
Aboriginal policy is a highly contested and complex terrain overlain with historical baggage, misunderstandings and misinterpretations of the reality of the Aboriginal lived experience. While Aboriginal people continue to claim the badge of sustainability for a lifestyle that has
been handed down from generation to generation, the reality of their present challenges their claim.
Bevyline Sithole is a participatory grassroots practitioner and social scientist working with remote Aboriginal communities in the Top End of Australia. She is the founder of the Aboriginal Research Practitioner’s Network (ARPNet). Currently, Bevyline is an Adjunct fellow at the Research Institute For Environment and Livelihoods, Charles Darwin University.