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Indigenous experiences of impact assessment and development projects: lessons from the Aashukan exchange

How can Indigenous peoples and practitioners engage Impact Assessment as a collaborative learning process that enables communities to affect and influence the design of development projects and their management systems? How to create conversations between Indigenous peoples in order to craft a message/voice in relation to developers?

Rasmus Kløcker Larsen / Published on 5 December 2022

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Watson, M. K., Morgan, T. K. K. B., Ingles de Sousa, C., Dunn, M., Raufflet, E. B., Taylor, C. and Kløcker Larsen, R. (2022). Indigenous experiences of impact assessment and development projects: lessons from the Aashukan exchange. Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal. http://doi.org/10.1080/14615517.2022.2099730

This article summarizes lessons learned from “Aashukan”, an Indigenous exchange organized on James Bay Cree lands, Northern Québec, Canada in conjunction with the IAIA Conference in 2017. It presents the context, objectives, processes and outcomes of this workshop in relation to the Impact Assessment community and discusses future directions.

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Rasmus Kløcker Larsen

Team Leader: Rights and Equity

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Governance : Participation / Gender : Participation
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