4a. Tri-Regional (Continental) Collaboration
Prepare to discuss the following questions with your Tri-Regional Group
- Share the deliberation process as adapted by the bilateral town-hall
- Share the case study done of REDD+. Refine findings based on discussion with other regions
- Share the individual case studies of your other selected climate change organization
- Compare and contrast how the local organizations understand, conceptualize and work towards climate change. Discuss the contradictions and tensions.
- What can the local organization learn from REDD+? What can REDD+ learn from the local organizations?
- Colonialism is founded on power - the power of certain groups to make decisions on behalf of others. Oftentimes, these decisions benefit one group at the expense of others.
- In your two case studies, who decides how climate change is addressed? Who benefits and how?
- How do Indigenous peoples’ perspectives and actions impact these organizations and the work they do?
- How do you see colonial power relations either being reinforced or being challenged in your two case studies?
Create a blog post reflecting on your questions, readings and collaboration.
Summarize your findings in preparation for a discussion at the Tri-Regional Collaboration.
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