Building collaborations with Indigenous and Local Communities using Extreme Citizen Science
This talk will describe the work of the Extreme Citizen Science Research Group designing and testing solutions for building effective collaborations with Indigenous People and local communities in the context of local conservation initiatives, extractive industry, human rights abuses, or to address the impacts of climate and environmental change on local livelihoods.

Jerome Lewis works with BaYaka forest hunter-gatherers in Congo-Brazzaville since 1993 on egalitarianism and the role of ritual, music and dance in society. Jerome’s applied research supports forest people to secure their land and better represent themselves to outsiders using new technologies (Extreme Citizen Science). He is director of the Centre for the Anthropology of Sustainability, and co-founder of Flourishing Diversity.

The Leverhulme Centre for Nature Recovery and Biodiversity Network are interested in promoting a wide variety of views and opinions on nature recovery from researchers and practitioners.

The views, opinions and positions expressed within this lecture are those of the author alone, they do not purport to reflect the opinions or views of the Leverhulme Centre for Nature Recovery/Biodiversity Network, or its researchers.
Date: 15 March 2024, 16:15 (Friday, 9th week, Hilary 2024)
Venue: Dyson Perrins Building, off South Parks Road OX1 3QY
Venue Details: Atmosphere room
Speaker: Jerome Lewis (University College London)
Organising department: Environmental Change Institute
Organisers: Carlyn Samuel (University of Oxford), Jane Applegarth (University of Oxford, Oxford University Centre for the Environment)
Host: Dr Constance McDermott (University of Oxford)
Part of: Leverhulme Centre for Nature Recovery and the Biodiversity Network seminar series
Booking required?: Required
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Audience: Public
Editor: Carlyn Samuel