5 edition of Indigenous knowledge systems and sustainable development found in the catalog.
Indigenous knowledge systems and sustainable development
International Conference on Indigenous Knowledge Systems (IKS) in Africa and Their Relevance to Sustainable Development (2005 Human Ecology Dept., Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
Contributed papers presented at the Conference.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||editors, Emmanuel K. Boon and Luc Hens.|
|Contributions||Boon, Emmanuel K., Hens, Luc, 1951-, Vrije Universiteit Brussel. Vakgroep Menselijke Ecolgie.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 262 p. :|
|Number of Pages||262|
|LC Control Number||2008336876|
Local is lekker: Indigenous knowledge should be encouraged SOUTH AFRICAN SOCIAL ATTITUDES SURVEY Indigenous knowledge systems (IKS) have an important contribution to make to socioeconomic growth and sustainable development and should be promoted and encouraged, say AZIZA MOOS, JARÉ STRUWIG and BEN ROBERTS. Learning from Indigenous Knowledge. Our Learning from Indigenous Knowledge initiative brought together researchers from MSDI and Indigenous leaders to study how the deep knowledge of the Yorta Yorta people could be used to help strengthen their community’s participation and influence in the complex processes that determine how their traditional lands in the BarmahMillewa are managed, and . INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE, PEOPLES AND SUSTAINABLE PRACTICE 3 ON THE NATURE OF THE ‘‘SCIENCE OF THE CONCRETE’’ While the current wave of interest in indigenous knowledge dates back no more than a few decades, the knowledge systems themselves have accompanied humankind through countless millennia of environmental change and cultural by: Protecting the traditional knowledge and territories of indigenous peoples means helping achieve a sustainable, hunger-free world and contributing to the fight against deforestation and climate change.
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Indigenous knowledge (IK) and indigenous knowledge systems (IKS) refer to knowledge and knowledge systems that are unique to a given culture. Indigenous knowledge can be differentiated from the modern scientific knowledge system (MSKS) and international knowledge : John Tharakan.
Indigenous Knowledge Systems and Sustainable Development: Relevance for established ethnic example existing farmers fishing forest Ghana global groups healers human impacts important improved increase Indigenous Knowledge Systems innovations institutions Intellectual Property International issues Kaya Indigenous Knowledge Systems and.
The book clearly underlines the importance of indigenous knowledge systems (IKS) to sustainable development (SD) in Africa and the rest of the developing world. The concept of IKS, its theoretical underpinning and the extent to which indigenous knowledge is systematised and structured need to be properly understood.
When a small group of scientists made a breakthrough in the s by documenting the relevance of ethnoscience as the study of culture in terms of indigenous knowledge systems (IKS) for sustainable development—also known as neo-ethnoscience—a revolutionary shift took place in the paradigm of international development cooperation, away from a ‘top-down’ towards a ‘bottom-up’ Author: L.
Jan Slikkerveer. Natural Science Education, Indigenous Knowledge, and Sustainable Development in Rural and Urban Schools in Kenya Toward Critical Postcolonial Curriculum Policies and Practices.
Authors: O’Hern, Darren M., Nozaki, Yoshiko Free Preview. Indigenous Knowledge (UNESCO) Indigenous knowledge is the local knowledge that is unique to a culture or society. Other names for it include: local knowledge, folk knowledge, Zpeoples knowledge, traditional wisdom or traditional science.
This knowledge. THE CONSERVATION OF INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE: A STUDY ON THE ABORIGINAL’S TECHNOLOGY. Popular books. Biology - Mary Ann Clark, Jung Choi, Matthew Douglas; Summary: INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE & SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT - $ Add to.
Brokensha, D. Warren, D. and Werner, O., editors Indigenous knowledge systems and development. New York: University Press of America V. Moving beyond indigenous soil taxonomies: local theories of soil for sustainable development.
GeodermaBook Review: Development and Local Knowledge: New Approaches to Issues in Cited by: «indigenous» cultures a development resource rather than a development obstacle and, also, the best possible source of solutions for problems of sustainable development.
With that newly-won confidence, we would also be ready to borrow and exchange eco-indigenous knowledge, with development potential, with other countries in the Global South. Indigenous Knowledge, Cultural Values and Sustainble Development in Africa. Indigenous Knowledge Systems Quotes.
"We are not myths of the past, ruins in the jungle, or zoos. We are people and we want to be respected, not to be victims of intolerance and racism" (Rigoberta Menchu Tum).
“To the early Native people, education was a part of everyday life. Their books were the rocks, the rivers and lakes, the trees and roots. Indigenous Knowledge Systems and Sustainable Development in Africa: Case Study on Kenya Davis Wekesa Barasa INTRODUCTION Indigenous Knowledge System (IKS) is currently drawing special attention of many researchers, institutions of higher learning, pharmaceutical organisations, governments, Non Governmental Organisations (NGOs) etc.
than it. Indigenous knowledge is the unique knowledge confined to a particular culture or society. It is also known as local knowledge, folk knowledge, people's knowledge, traditional wisdom or traditional. Indigenous knowledge is an important natural resource that can facilitate the development process in cost-effective, participatory, and sustainable ways.
The research papers in this volume present the practical knowledge of tribal and rural folks of India in utilization of indigenous science and technologies in their subsistence : $ Sri Lanka Centre for Indigenous Knowledge () Indigenous Knowledge and Sustainable Development, University of Sri Jayewardenapura, pp.
vii-viii. Warren, D.M., Brokensha, D. and Slikkenveer, L.J. (eds) () Indigenous Knowledge Systems: The Cultural Dimensions of Development, Kegan Paul International, London. Internet Sites Indigenous File Size: KB. The research found that there has mass implications of indigenous knowledge in sustainable development.
indigenous knowledge plays role in conserving the nature, food production, forestry development, medicine, sustainable practices, land and resource management and ecotourism. The global indicator framework that will measure progress of implementation of the 17 sustainable development goals (SDGs) includes two indicators that refers directly to indigenous peoples.
The book queries the sustainability of hegemonic epistemology both in the classrooms in the global South as well as in the face of the imminent ecological challenges of our common earth, and discusses whether indigenous knowledge systems would better serve the pupils in the global South and help promote sustainable development.
By exploring indigenous cultures and their knowledge systems in greater depth, this article aims to understand how the sustainable development agenda can benefit from these different forms of traditional by: 7.
In book: Indigenous Knowledge Systems and Sustainable Development: Relevance for Africa (pp) Edition: First Edition Chapter: Indigenous Knowledge Systems and Their Relevance for Author: Ndangwa Noyoo.
Education, Indigenous Knowledges, and Development in the Global South: Contesting Knowledges for a Sustainable Future. The book's focus is the hegemonic role of so-called modernist, Western epistemology that spread in the wake of colonialism and the capitalist economic system, and its exclusion and othering of other epistemologies.
Culture, indigenous knowledge systems and sustainable development: A critical view of education in an African context Anders Breidlid* Oslo University College, PO Box 4, St.
Olavs plass, N. Indigenous Knowledge Systems and Their Relevance for Sustainable Development: A case of Southern Africa. Indigenous Knowledge in Africa: Challenges and Opportunities.
An Inaugural Lecture by Anwar Osman Centre for Africa Studies 1. Introduction. Although African Indigenous Knowledge Systems (AIKS) have existed for thousands of years, their concept and practice began to emerge in the science spheres only three decades ago.
The development of new. However, in spite of the extraversion and disarticulation of African indigenous knowledge systems, there is still great potentiality in the continent for promotion of African indigenous knowledge systems for sustainable community livelihood and development.
The unfortunate history of the continent (slavery, colonisationFile Size: KB. How Indigenous Knowledge Systems can play a crucial role in environment protection and sustainable development (In Indian context) in Environmental Protection — by Author: Sweta Lakhani.
The principal agenda of this work, therefore, is to explore the obvious disconnect between education curriculum in Africa and the continent’s indigenous knowledge systems. There is need to focus attention on the relationship between a society’s education and knowledge, and the sustainable human development strategies which it may : Chika Ezeanya-Esiobu.
The name Indilinga stands for the 'circle orientation' of indigenous African communities which is exhibited in their material culture and behaviour. The journal has been motivated by the need for a dependable expression for critical and analytical writing on issues related to production, dissemination and recognition of Indigenous Knowledge Systems.
This knowledge is integral to a cultural complex that also encompasses language, systems of classification, resource use practices, social interactions, ritual and spirituality. These unique ways of knowing are important facets of the world’s cultural diversity, and provide a foundation for locally-appropriate sustainable development.
The book is an exploration of the practical problems resulting from Africaís encounter with Euro-colonialism, a reflection of the nexus between indigenous knowledge, culture, and development, and indeed a call for the revival and reinstitution of indigenous knowledge, not as a challenge to Western science, but a complementary form of knowledge necessary to steer and promote sustainable development.
Indigenous knowledge and implications for the sustainable development agenda. Giorgia Magni. Corresponding Author. The conclusion reflects on the importance of fostering an integrated system of knowledge in which indigenous groups are involved in knowledge sharing practices and decision making by: 7.
Mawere, M, 'Indigenous Knowledge Systems (IKSs) Potential for Establishing a Moral, Virtuous Society: Lessons in Zimbabwe and Mozambique', Journal of Sustainable Development in Africa, 12(7) (), Books shelved as indigenous-knowledge: Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge, and the Teachings of Plants by Robin Wall Kimmerer.
These unique ways of knowing are important facets of the world’s cultural diversity, and provide a foundation for locally-appropriate sustainable development. UNESCO's Local and Indigenous Knowledge Systems programme (LINKS) promotes local and indigenous knowledge and its inclusion in global climate science and policy processes.
Traditional Indigenous knowledge and science has aided the development of modern scientific knowledge, and including Indigenous people in science is essential to its : Jesse Popp. Food System Summit x SDGs The Agenda for Sustainable Development is a global roadmap to achieve a better future for all – from Chicago to Timbuktu, this is everyone’s Summit.
Local and Indigenous Knowledge Systems in a global society: Traditional Knowledge in Sustainable Development and Resource Management. 7 in UNESCO's Programme on the Eradication of Poverty, Especially Extreme Poverty Brochure, The San Community: Sustainable Development before its time.
The New Courier, May By N. Crawhall. African Indigenous Knowledge Systems and Sustainable Development: Challenges and Prospects This book is an important contribution to social science, specifically to the field of history and politics of knowledge production.
The rationale for the focus on the relationship between indigenous knowledge systems and sustainable development in this article is the overall low success rate of earlier Western-based development strategies in assisting the poor to escape their dismal by: Indigenous Knowledge provides effective alternatives to western know – how.
It gives local people and development workers extra options when designing projects. Instead of searching only among western technologies for feasible solutions, they can choose from indigenous knowledge or combine indigenous and western technology. The interdisciplinary approach of The Cultural Dimension of Development makes it an essential tool for those studying indigenous knowledge systems.
Professor Dennis Michael Warren was an anthropologist and leading Africanist scholar who taught at Iowa State University from to Get this from a library!
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