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Introduction to Planetary Health
Planetary Health In Indonesia
- Live Session
- Introduction to the National Park
- The specific Planetary Health challenge
- Local Impact & Global Interconnections
- Literature Review
- Live Session
- Radical Listening for Behavioural Change
- Democratic Organizing & Local Wisdom
- Theory to Practice
Advocacy & Replication
- Improving rural health care reduces illegal logging and conserves carbon in a tropical forest. Jones, I. e.a., Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (2020).
- Literature Review: Participatory Methods. Health In Harmony
- Epistemic Injustice and Resistance in the Chiapas Highlands: The Zapatista Case, Gallegos, S. & Quinn, C. (2017)
- Climate Change and Indigenous Health Promotion, Jones, R. (2019)
- Indigenous knowledge is critical to understanding climate change by Greene, T. (2018) The Seattle Times
Planetary Health Principle: Countering elitism, social dominance and marginalization
By valuing and honoring local communities’ knowledge and perspectives, Radical Listening™ can play an important role in achieving planetary health as it promotes inclusivity, participation, and empowerment of previously disempowered groups.
How does the method of Radical Listening as applied in Health in Harmony look like? How does it respond to existing literature on equity in doing research?
Generate any questions or ideas that you want to explore more deeply surrounding the methodology of Radical Listening.