If scientific research is to take decolonization seriously, names for species should reflect this approach and consider the political, social and emotional implications.
What’s happening in Belize is a work in progress. Its citizens pursue diverse self-determined actions along with repatriation as steps toward generational healing and redress.
Although alternative terms have been suggested, the Anthropocene captures the magnitude of the crisis we face.
For University of Winnipeg’s inner-city studies department, remote learning has disrupted the dialogue that is critical for moving from truth toward reconciliation and action.
Here’s what the education system needs to do to help teachers address, repair and heal education towards and beyond reconciliation.
Sport turned out to be an ideal lens to bridge the geographic and cultural challenges American university students face in empathising with African experiences.
This federal election, think about which parties are proposing to give power to Indigenous Peoples and their governments.
There is no linear approach to the process of decolonisation. But any attempt must start with looking at how the internet spreads knowledge and ideas about Africa and Africans.
This year marks 140 years since Parihaka pā was sacked. As He Puapua reignites the debate about the impacts of colonisation, how do the descendants of early European settlers respond?
From Germany to Georgetown, the Global North has a lot to learn about reckoning successfully with past human rights wrongs.
Ecology is dominated by colonial notions and knowledge that doesn’t consider local knowledge. This needs to change.
The student authors wrote about their lives during lockdown, and their stories were published in a book that now informs their university’s syllabus.
German’s commitment of €1.1bn for development projects in Namibia over 30 years is too cheap a price to pay for remorse.
Colonial powers framed secessionism as a threat to state-building and not as an expression of self-determination
Losing archives has significant implications in a country like South Africa with a fraught and contested history because voices from the past, which may carry alternative histories, are lost.
Indigenous land defenders: Don’t Call Me Resilient EP 6 transcript.
In this episode of our podcast, we take a look at Indigenous land rights and the people on the frontlines of these battles.
The proposal that monuments must be preserved at any cost hinders rather than helps institutions handle the decolonisation of their collections.
Nigerians, as well as other Africans, need to actively work to decolonise social arrangements created by the British.
Anonymous accounts show how urgently contemporary galleries need to confront legacies of discrimination