Indigenous Research Ethics
About this event
kikapekiskwewin means a future conversation. Through being together in person and virtually we will begin to understand why cultural values are so important to Indigenous people involved in research with Indigenous people.
Please join us for a two-day virtual and in-person gathering to open up a conversation on self-determination and sovereignty in the context of Indigenous research ethics.
Where: A virtual and in-person gathering at Athabasca University Athabasca, Alberta, Canada.
The in-person gathering is limited to twenty (20) people. All in- person participants must confirm their attendance by May 31st, 2021.
We reserve the right to impliment COVID protocols withouth notice on event days, in accordance with provincial and institutional requirments.
When: June 14th and 15th 2022 9AM MST to 4PM MST
Additional presentations will be available from 7PM to 8PM MST for international participants.
Who: Elders, Indigenous researchers, Indigenous people involved in research, members of research ethics boards within and outside Canada, scholars from the international community and national leaders of Indigenous organizations
To open up possibilities for ‘imagining otherwise’, we are inviting abstract submissions of 200 to 300 words from Elders, Indigenous researchers, Indigenous people involved in research, members of research ethics boards both within and outside Canada, scholars from the international community, and national leaders of Indigenous organizations to facilitate a sharing of experiences. We want to know how international post-secondary organizations operationalize research ethics, and how a centering of Indigenous research ethics might illuminate decolonial pathways forward. We are accepting a range of submissions for oral presentations from individuals and groups. For more information and to submit your abstracts, please go to the event webpage: www.kikapekiskwewin.ca
Start Date & Time
Tue, Jun 14, 2022, 9:00am
End Date & Time
Wed, Jun 15, 2022, 4:00pm