Download Our Knowledge Our Way (OKOW) guidelines

29 July 2020

Indigenous-led approaches to strengthening and sharing our knowledge for land and sea management. Best Practice Guidelines from Australian experience.

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Best practice guidelines from Australian experiences

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Foundations of Our Knowledge Our Way

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Strengthening Our Knowledge for Country

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Sharing Our Knowledge in caring for Country

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How is Our Knowledge Our Way being recognised globally

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Actions towards best practice to support Our Knowledge Our Way

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References and appendix

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Q&A from Our Knowledge Our Way Guidelines launch


These Guidelines are a key output from a project of the Australian Government’s National Environmental Science Program, Northern Australia Environmental Resources Hub, titled Knowledge Brokering for Indigenous Land Management.



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