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Weaving research with tradition

Wednesday 17 August 2022 | Written by Melina Etches | Published in Culture, National

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Weaving research with tradition
Presenters at the Cook Islands Research Association symposium Ulamila Kura-i-Marie Vakalalabure Wragg (left), USP research community officer Pasha Carruthers, Dr Evangeline Daniela-Wong, MahMah Timoteo and Dr Sam Manuela. Photo: MELINA ETCHES/22081603

Presenters at the Cook Islands Research Association symposium on Thursday last week discussed a range of concerns and issues when conducting research using indigenous knowledge and traditions.

Presenters at the Cook Islands Research Association symposium on Thursday last week discussed a range of concerns and issues when conducting research using indigenous knowledge and traditions.


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