Webinar: Respecting Indigenous Sovereignty Through Research Knowledge Management Strategies

Tuesday March 26, 2024 12:00pm to 1:30pm


Learn from Dani Nowosad as she shares the background and context of her ongoing research relationship with Inuit Hunter-Trapper Organizations (HTOs). She will be sharing the research data management agreement that she co-developed through working relationships with the Inuit-led HTOs in Cambridge Bay and Kugluktuk, Nunavut.

The presentation will allow participants to get a glimpse into the complex realities of the different research conditions that exist for institutions and communities and help us reflect on the layers of accountabilities in these relationships that go beyond typical institutional research ethics frameworks.

All U of G students, staff and faculty are welcome to attend. 

Dani (she/her) is a Red River Métis-German PhD candidate at the University of Guelph who was born, raised, and currently lives on Treaty 1 territory in Manitoba. She is currently wrapping up her PhD in Integrative Biology, during which she has had the opportunity to work on Inuinnait Nuna, the Inuit homelands in Kitikmeot, Nunavut.

This webinar is supported by Indigenous Initiatives, the Research Services Office, the Library and the College of Biological Sciences. 

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