Independent Without Borders: Pol(s)ka in Japan 2021 — A Collaboration Between Polish and Ainu Women
After much planning and anticipation, this December 11–19, Amareya Theatre and the Ainu Women's Association will collaborate to bring
Cycling to Cop26 – Report
On 31 October, I set off from Amsterdam to cycle to the 26th Conference of the Parties (Cop26) in Glasgow.
CEMiPoS Signs Memorandum of Understanding with the Musée d’Ethnographie de Genève (MEG) for its Collaboration with the Exhibition “Environmental Injustice, Indigenous People's Alternatives”
In September 2019, thé Musée d'Ethnographie de Genève (MEG) decided to organize an exhibition on Indigenous Peoples, environment, and climate
Article on the Ainu Right to Traditional Salmon Fishing Published in IJGR
Adjunct Professor of CEMiPoS Kamrul Hossain has published his article titled "Recognition of the Ainu as an Indigenous People in
CEMiPoS Researchers Participate in Seminar “Indigenous Bodily Rights in Choreography” at Norrlandsoperan
A recording of the seminar is available here on the Re:think Festival platform. A free account is required for
Acknowledgements, Foreword, and Introduction of Upcoming Book "Decolonizing Futures"
Introducing the first few sections of "Decolonizing Futures" to be published this Winter.
CEMiPoS Collaboration with the Musée d’Ethnographie de Genève (MEG)
On September 24th 2021, the Musée d’Ethnographie de Genève (MEG) is launching an exhibition on Indigenous Peoples, environment, and
Book Cover, Table of Contents, and Author Introductions for "Decolonizing Futures"
Over the past two years, the CEMiPoS team has had the privilege of working with researchers and Indigenous scholars, activists,
CEMiPoS Writes for Lausan on Japan's Colonial Legacy
CEMiPoS researcher Meindert Boersma wrote an essay on the enduring legacy of colonialism in Japan. The Japanese state's Indigenous policies
Solidarity with Kimun Kamuy
We at Cemipos stand in solidarity with a five-year-old male brown bear killed on 18 June 2021 by the authorities