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
Foundations of Our Knowledge Our Way
Strengthening Our Knowledge for Country
Sharing Our Knowledge in caring for Country
How is Our Knowledge Our Way being recognised globally
Actions towards best practice to support Our Knowledge Our Way
References and appendix
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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