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Mobile Addictions Treatment Program for Khomani San Bushmen

Khomani San Bushmen are in crisis. Moved from their ancestral lands and no longer able to live in their traditional ways, they are dying from addictions and related trauma. WISN is working with the Bushmen to bring a Mobile Addictions Treatment program, to help them reclaim their health and identity.

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WISN Partners with the Yawanawa to Protect Jaguars

Under threat of poaching, habitat loss and fragmentation, jaguar populations are increasingly at risk. In Acre, Brazil, the Yawanawa have committed to protecting their central sacred species.

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Indigenous Dreamwork at New Chartres Academy

Join us July 2-8, 2017 as we meet on the sacred site of Chartres cathedral to share dreams and more. . .

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Archaeoacoustic Research in the Painted Caves of France

Archaeoacoustics is the study of how sound and vibration is an intrinsic element of natural and built environments. Since sound and vibration have the power to modify, entrain and transform human consciousness, WISN supports original archaeoacoustic research as an aspect of indigenous science.

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Bring indigenous science to the world

The Vusamazulu Credo Mutwa research library provides a resource hub for researchers of all disciplines to enter into the wealth of what indigenous science has to offer (see What is Indigenous Science?). WISN provides this collections of works the public for the purpose of broadening the baseline data of Western Science. We wish to honor […]

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Western and Indigenous Science Unite to Conserve the Snow Leopard

The video documents an historic, five-day gathering of Western scientists and indigenous cultural practitioners in Kyrgyzstan, merging Western and indigenous approaches to scientific knowledge.

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