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Group discussion of decolonising conservation – based on a video of Paige West’s plenary session at this year’s Political Ecology Network (POLLEN) conference

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At the biannual Political Ecology Network conference, Paige West gave a provoking and thoughtful presentation on decolonising conservation. This group will discuss her plenary speech (citation below) which can be read here: https://paige-west.com/2018/07/28/decolonizing-conservation/ and viewed here:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ao4vhGdMUo&t=18s.

Josie Chambers will reflect on Paige’s plenary, before a group discussion. Please come even if you were not able to view the plenary in advance, but you may get more out of the discussion if you have seen the material.

West, Paige and John Aini 2018. Critical Approaches to Dispossession in the Melanesian Pacific: Conservation, Voice, and Collaboration. Keynote Lecture, POLLEN 2018 Political Ecology Network Biennial Conference, 19 – 22 June, Oslo, Norway.

This talk is part of the Political Ecology Group meetings series.

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