Gladys Kemboi and Sarah Cummings will be sharing current perspectives on knowledge-related (also called epistemic) justice. Instead of the common focus on understanding the multitude of epistemic injustices, Gladys and Sarah will share an exciting, brand new perspective on knowledge-related justice which can help us in our efforts to counteract injustices in international development, such as not listening to communities and marginalizing local and knowledge. Many of these approaches are already part of our work as KM4Dev practitioners but this exciting new perspective will show how we can do more as individuals and also as the KM4Dev community!
This is KM4Dev's 25th interactive monthly knowledge cafe which is building on past cafes on Uncomfortable truths in development. It will take place on two following days to ensure access to the cafe from different parts of the world:
1st DAY: July 28th - 15-16.30h CEST
2nd DAY: July 29th -10-10.30h CEST
The same link to enter the sessions will be the same, you only need to register once!
The session will be facilitated by Jacob Lofdahl and Rocio Sanz.