Ili-based community organising: An Igorot Indigenous Peoples’ concept for grassroots collaboration
Adonis, Digna and Couch, Jen. (2018). Ili-based community organising: An Igorot Indigenous Peoples’ concept for grassroots collaboration. Journal of Social Inclusion. 9(1), pp. 58 - 70.
|Authors||Adonis, Digna and Couch, Jen|
The growing demand for participatory community development approaches has greatly influenced the need to involve community people as active partners, rather than passive recipients of programs, projects and services. Participatory approaches operate on the premise that the local people are the ultimate change agents of their own communities and that their culture is an asset to their own development. For Indigenous communities, their Indigenous cultural and knowledge systems serve as tools for sustainable collaboration.
|Keywords||Indigenous community development; Indigenous knowledge and practices; Igorot; cultural ethics; peoples’ organisations; community organising|
|Journal||Journal of Social Inclusion|
|Journal citation||9 (1), pp. 58 - 70|
|Publisher||Griffith University ePress|
|Page range||58 - 70|
|Research Group||School of Arts|
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|Place of publication||Australia|
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