Yarn 3 - Re-emergence: Complexity Yarns with Indigenous Thinkers

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This is the third in a series of webinars - Indigenous thinkers in conversation with each other about complexity. The series of designed to: challenge assumptions about knowledge sharing and co-creation deepen understanding and learning through listening be curious about new ideas and possibilities create new methods and approaches that can become

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8 December 2021 - 7:00 am

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8 December 2021 - 8:00 am

This is the third in a series of webinars – Indigenous thinkers in conversation with each other about complexity.

The series of designed to:

  • challenge assumptions about knowledge sharing and co-creation
  • deepen understanding and learning through listening
  • be curious about new ideas and possibilities
  • create new methods and approaches that can become more widely adopted
  • wonder at what else might happen.

Each session will have a minimum of two different groups represented. The process of engagement and exploration will honour the traditions of those sharing their knowledge with each other and the participants. A SenseMaker® will collect, in narrative form, the experiences of participants; which will be used to inform the co-creation and documentation of methods.

The third session’s thinkers will be

  • Tyson Yunkaporta and Chels Marshall from the Indigenous Knowledge Systems Lab (Deakin University Australia)
  • Dave Snowden and Beth SmithWelsh Cynefin Centre colleague (Wales)
  • Melanie Goodchild, Founder, Turtle Island Institute and Adam Olsen MLA, British Columbia (Canada)

This series is a partnership between the Indigenous Knowledge Systems Lab at Deakin University, The Cynefin Centre, The Cynefin Centre Australia and Complexability Pty Ltd.

NB: Timezone implication apply – this is Melbourne Australia date and time.

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