KAPIhan RTD: Genomic and Archaeological Research Ethics in Engaging Indigenous Cultural Communities
We invite everyone to join the RTD on October 2 from 2-5 pm on Zoom regarding the Genomic and Archaeological Research Ethics in Engaging Indigenous Cultural Communities.
The goal of this discussion is to review current practices on data collection, community engagement, results and publication, and free and prior informed consent to address what needs to be improved. Participants of this RTD will better understand what policies, protocols, and processes the archaeological community should know about and what considerations should we incorporate in our research designs or methodologies. Members of the panel may also provide their thoughts and suggestions on how we, as researchers, can better engage with Indigenous Cultural Communities for a more fruitful and positive collaboration that is beneficial to all stakeholders. The session aims to be a starting point in addressing the consequences of ethical violations of the code of ethics by archaeology practitioners in the Philippines.
TO REGISTER: bit.ly/KAPIhanRTD2 (visit this link to confirm your slot and receive the Zoom details)