Indigenous Peoples and the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

Activity: Engagement case studiesCommunity

Description

A commissioned article seeking my research expertise on indigenous self-determination.

This activity is complex because it involves the collection, explanation, interpretation, and presentation of diverse and contested theoretical ideas. It is complex because it translates theoretically difficult concepts into easily understandable terms for a non-specialist audience and applies them to questions of contemporary public policy. It is complex because it draws on ideas developed through my research published over several years. This means that time and effort cannot be quantified with precision but that it is, nevertheless, substantial. The diversity of end-users may be assumed from the publisher's international standing and reach. The engagement plans and briefings occurred with the commissioning editor.
Period28 Mar 2019
Work forBoston Consulting Group
Degree of RecognitionInternational

Countries where activity occurred

  • United States