Eels and Livelihood: Indigenous Rights, Resistance and Resource Management on Gunditjmara Country (Australia) and Mi’kmaq Country (Canada) WEBINAR

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Eels and Livelihood: Indigenous Rights, Resistance and Resource Management on Gunditjmara Country (Australia) and Mi’kmaq Country (Canada) WEBINAR

Level 4 Linkway
John Medley

Parkville campus

Booking not required

Further Details

T: (03) 8344 1276

I-SRC@unimelb.edu.au

This event will now be conducted as a webinar

More information to come.

Damein Bell, CEO of the Gunditj Mirring Traditional Owners Aboriginal Corporation and Dr. Jane McMillan, a legal anthropologist from Saint Francis Xavier University in Nova Scotia Canada, will share their experiences of reinvigorating the cultural, social and political significance of eels and challenges Indigenous resource management in Gunditjmara and Mi’kma’ki.

This seminar is the first in the Indigenous Settler Relations Collaboration's (ISRC) Critical Public Conversations series.

Image credit: Peter, Lake Surprise (CC BY-SA 2.0)

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