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    • Oct 15 – Nov 20th | Open Science Webinar Series
      Open Science Webinar series is an endeavour to continue the dialogue on openness of science, proposed by the Canadian Commission for UNESCO pursuant to the consultation paper prepared by Leslie Chan, Budd Hall, Florence Piron, Rajesh Tandon and Lorna Williams in July 2020 for the Commission. Open Science Webinar Series aim at understanding different ways ...
    • OCT 20th, 5-7PM EST | Technologies of Power and Control in Knowledge Infrastructures
      On Tuesday Oct 20th, 2020 from 5:00-7:00pm, the Knowledge Equity Lab will be cohosting a collaborative presentation and conversation on Technologies of Power and Control in Knowledge Infrastructures with members of Bioline International, KnowledgeGAP, and Reprising the Real World of Technology. Time converter at worldtimebuddy.comTime converter at worldtimebuddy.com In the 1st hour, Kanishka Sikri of Reprising the Real World and OpenPraxisForum will be sharing the ...
    • SEPT 24TH, 7-9PM EST | KNOWLEDGE EQUITY LAB LAUNCH PARTY
      KNOWLEDGE EQUITY LAB VIRTUAL LAUNCH PARTY  DATE: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24th, 2020 LOCATION: Zoom (Register here: http://tinyurl.com/launchkel) TIME: 7:00-9:00pm EST  JOIN US for an evening of stories, performances, and collaborative activities that celebrate projects and people advancing knowledge inclusion, epistemic diversity, and the centering of underrepresented knowledge as a means of social change! 7:00-8:00PM – FORMAL LAUNCH  The first hour will consist ...
    • SEPT 2ND, 5-6:30pm ET | KEL Open Dialogue: Unpacking Allyship – A University Student Perspective
      On Wednesday, September 2nd, Justin Rhoden of the Knowledge Equity Lab will host an Open Dialogue from 5:00-6:30PM ET on Unpacking Allyship: A University Student Perspective, based on his piece Creation and Indigenous Education: Shifting our learning from deficit to coexistence, published in the Ipperwash Summer Series on AnishinaabekNews.ca. Without providing students with the appropriate ...
    • AUG 17TH, 5-7pm ET | Reflexivity and Positionality as Students, Researchers, and Practitioners of International Development
      This Monday, August 17th, from 5-7pm EST, join us for Knowledge Equity Lab and Open Praxis Forum’s open discussion with Thesis Award Winners Sana Najafi and Alyssa Esparaz on Reflexivity and Positionality as Students, Researchers, and Practitioners of International Development. They will be discussing their research and experiences more broadly as students of International Development. Summaries ...

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