CICADA is a multidisciplinary research centre that targets the conceptual and practical potential of Indigenous peoples’ collective ‘life projects’ to generate innovative regimes of environmental protection and alternative visions of development. It brings together the projects and programs of more than seventy regular members and collaborators, representing great depth of experience in partnered research with indigenous peoples globally. Particular comparative emphasis is placed on the Americas, the Circumpolar Region, Africa, and Oceania. Key sections include links to publications, reports, and case studies from a variety of jurisdictions and contexts.


Author: Center for Indigenous Conservation and Development Alternatives (CICADA)

Year: 2020

Media Type: Website