Posts Results for tag: South Africa

Principles and practice in open science: Addressing power and inequality through “situated openness”

By Cath Traynor and Laura Foster Summary OCSDNet’s Open and Collaborative Science Manifesto proposes a set of seven values and principles for a more inclusive and open science in development; […]

Contracting Justice Workshop – Exploring socially just research processes

By Cath Traynor of the Indigenous Knowledge and Climate Change Project Summary: Key players in the ‘Indigenous Knowledge and Climate Change Adaptation’ project participated in a workshop to explore socially-just […]

From #ScienceMustFall to #ScienceMustOpen: The need to support diverse forms of knowledge in science

By: Becky Hillyer See the original Medium article here. – – – A recent Youtube video captures a student from the University of Cape Town (UCT) declaring that “science is a product […]

Climate Change Adaptation & IK: Developing M&E strategies and tools

By: Cath Traynor, Laura Foster & Marianne Brittijn of the Indigenous Knowledge and Climate Change Adaptation Project Summary Principal Researchers of the ‘Empowering Indigenous Peoples and Knowledge Systems Related to Climate Change […]

Multi-Institutional Research Collaboration: Regulation, Ethics and Power

By: Cath Traynor, Laura Foster & Tobias Schonwetter of Indigenous Knowledge and Climate Change Adaptation Project SUMMARY •The ‘Empowering Indigenous People and Knowledge Systems’ project has sought to use participatory […]