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Re-emergence: Complexity Yarns with Indigenous Thinkers
First Nation experiences, perspectives and processes have much to contribute to understanding, making sense and taking action in complexity
2021October - December

First Nation experiences, perspectives and processes have much to contribute to understanding, making sense and taking action in complexity.

This is a three-part 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 has a minimum of two different groups represented. The process of engagement and exploration honours the traditions of those sharing their knowledge with each other and the participants.

  • The first session’s thinkers are: Tyson Yunkaporta and Chels Marshall from the Indigenous Knowledge Systems Lab (Deakin University Australia), Dave Snowden and Beth Smith Welsh Cynefin Centre colleague (Wales)
  • The thinkers in the second session are: Tyson Yunkaporta and Chels Marshall from the Indigenous Knowledge Systems Lab (Deakin University Australia), Dave Snowden and Beth Smith Welsh Cynefin Centre colleague (Wales), Merv Wilkinson Founding Director, Catalyst of Change Consulting Group and Dulciana Somare-Brash Political Advisor to the PNG Government (Papua New Guinea)
  • The third session’s thinkers are:  Tyson Yunkaporta and Chels Marshall from the Indigenous Knowledge Systems Lab (Deakin University Australia), Dave Snowden and Beth Smith Welsh Cynefin Centre colleague (Wales) and Melanie Goodchild, Founder, Turtle Island Institute and Adam Olsen MLA, British Columbia (Canada)
  • The Fourth session’s thinkers are: Tyson Yunkaporta and Chels Marshall from the Indigenous Knowledge Systems Lab (Deakin University Australia), Dave Snowden and Beth Smith Welsh Cynefin Centre colleague (Wales) and Guy Ritani Creative Director at PermaQueer (New Zealand).

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

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