Co-designing Digital Futures
Community Mapping & App Design
EXTREME CITIZEN SCIENCE RESEARCH UNIT | UCL
PROFESSOR MUKI HAKLAY & DR JEROME LEWIS
SUPPORTED BY THE EUROPEAN RESEARCH COUNCIL (ERC)
The Kuñangue Aty Guasu, led by Guarani & Kaiowá female elders and shamans, is an essential space for indigenous women to exchange knowledge, develop shared proposals for action, and is a key site for the creation of their Virtual Museum. Drawing on the successful dialogue established through the recent Multimedia Encounters conference, this project will support Guarani and Kaiowá women as they build their own digital identity, helping provide them with the skills they need to build, maintain, and further develop these online spaces to present their heritage on their own terms.
What role should Indigenous communities
play in environmental monitoring?
How can indigenous communities contribute
towards technological Innovation?