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02/26/2019 | 10:00 EST | Embassy of Canada

Old Knowledge, New Solutions - Indigenous approaches to climate change

INVITATION: 26/02/2019, 10:00-11:30am, Embassy of Canada

Did you know that Berlin is farther north than the capital of Canada?

The Embassy of Canada in Berlin invites you to learn more about Indigenous people and Canada’s Arctic. Indigenous scientist, philosopher and entrepreneur Jocelyn Joe-Strack from Canada’s Yukon will deliver a presentation and lead a conversation about interesting concepts, such as Traditional Knowledge, self-governance, and inclusion, and their relationships to global challenges like sustainability and climate change.

This event is open to school groups, grades 10 and above. It will be held in English.

Suggested curriculum links for selected subjects: 

- English Q2:  National and cultural identity - Nations between tradition and change
- Political Science Q4: International developments in the 21st century – globalization as economic, political, social and ecological process / sustainable development
- Geography Q4: Selected world economic regions in transition – chances and risks of globalization processes by means of regional examples


Entry from 9:30am. Please present a valid photo-ID at the door and allow sufficient time for Embassy security. 
Address: Embassy of Canada, Leipziger Platz 17, 10117 Berlin, S+U Potsdamer Platz

If you wish to attend, please use the link below to register by February 18, 2019. 

Online registration

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