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Events

visit the museum

thousands of objects
obtained from
Amazonian Indigenous Peoples

remain hidden and untouched
in the storage facilities
of dozens of museums worldwide

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visit the archive

thousands of archival documents,
maps and photographs
have been preserved
in dozens of archives worldwide

yet reading old handwritings
remains a challenge

fieldwork

one of the best ways to learn
about other cultures

is out in the field

workshops

knowledge exchange and
knowledge enhancement

is most fruitful
when listening to each other

with respect for each others individual experiences and expertise

presentations

following fieldwork or research projects
local communities must be updated on results

Presentations and lectures can be facilitated as well
for specialists and academic communities,

as well as for everybody who is interested in
Amazonian Indigenous cultures
and the safeguarding of Amazonia

  • Apr 18, 2024, 1:30 PM – 4:00 PM GMT+2
    Den Haag, Korte Vijverberg 7, 2513 AB Den Haag, Netherlands
    Hoe werden en worden de Karaïben en Arawakken gezien door de Europeanen? Zijn de Amerika’s in de 16e, 17e en 18e eeuw een inspiratie geweest voor een alternatieve toekomst [ENG] How were and are the Caribbean and Arawaks perceived by Europeans? (Americas in the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries)
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  • Nov 30, 2023, 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM GMT+1
    Den Haag, Korte Vijverberg 7, 2513 AB Den Haag, Netherlands
    Het Herdenkingsjaar Trans-Atlantisch slavernijverleden: oorspronkelijke bewoners van de Guyanas, en vooral de tot slaaf gemaakte Inheemsen, zeker niet vergeten worden. [ENG] Year of Remembrance of the Transatlantic Slavery History: the original inhabitants of the Guyanas should not be forgotten
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If you are interested in joining us, or proposing to host an event,
we would love to hear from you!

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