Indigenous Peoples Section

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IAIA Section: Indigenous Peoples

This section addresses indigenous issues in impact assessment, including developing guidelines for the recognition and full inclusion of indigenous concerns in all aspects of impact assessment, traditional knowledge, and impact assessment capacity building for indigenous people. The Aashukan Declaration was adopted by IAIA in 2017.

Co-Chairs:  Kepa Morgan 


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Survey: Visual Tools in Public Participation

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Discussion started by Ana Roque De Oliveira 2 years ago

Dear IAIA colleagues,

Your experience in public participation in the context of EIA or in any other decision-making processes may be extremely valuable to my current PhD research. I am initiating a thorough review on the USE OF VISUAL TOOLS IN PUBLIC PARTICIPATION and will be using an exploratory survey as my initial research method for data collection.

Therefore, I hereby invite you to participate in this short online survey (Survey Visual Tools in Public Participation), available until February 28. In addition to your responses, feel free to leave additional comments in this discussion forum.

Many thanks for your cooperation!

Ana Roque de Oliveira

PhD Candidate

IST - University of Lisbon, Portugal

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