On behalf of the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), People’s Palace Projects (Queen Mary University of London) will host a webinar on Wednesday 24 March between 2-5pm (GMT) on Indigenous engagement in research partnerships and knowledge mobilisation.

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Following the Indigenous Research Methodologies workshops in Rio de Janeiro 2019 and online in March 2020, this webinar will be an opportunity to address the increasing number of UK-based scholars working transnationally and internationally among Indigenous peoples, ensuring that those who have traditionally been researched become active participants in research processes. The webinar aims to inform the international development research community, across disciplines, on challenges when engaging with indigenous communities whilst ensuring co-production of knowledge and effective knowledge mobilisation, with the potential for broader impact beyond academia, and to help identify areas where good practice is established or additional work is required.

The 3-hour online event will bring together indigenous and non-indigenous researchers and will be hosted by Professor Paul Heritage (School of English and Drama/QMUL). The webinar will also be an opportunity to learn how indigenous partners are being affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, and to draw the agenda for the next webinar in August 2021.

The provisional programme will be made available soon.

Since 2019 People’s Palace Projects hosts a programme of events on Indigenous engagement in research partnerships and knowledge mobilisation. To know more about the programme and access its resources, visit:

Indigenous Research Episodes

Indigenous Research Methods