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* [Declaración de Panamá]( * [Mukurtu]( on culturally appropriate ways to manage and share traditional knowledge * Open Science Manifesto, co-developed with practitioners and activists from 26 countries to understand the values at the core of open science in development * [PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE IN OPEN SCIENCE: ADDRESSING POWER AND INEQUALITY THROUGH “SITUATED OPENNESS”]( * Contract development to better define how local knowledge can be used and disseminated. * Presumption of knowledge sharing might limit the agency of local knowledge producers. * Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Open: * Book: "[Campesino a campesino : voices from Latin America's Farmer to Farmer Movement for Sustainable Agriculture](" * Lack of free access to knowledge is a problem. * Culturally embedded exchange > *knowledge is generated and shared*. * "the ability to access, adapt, create, use,and defend agroecological knowledge on their in terms is an exercise in autonomy." * ["Power and Inequality in Open Science Discourses"]( - Denisse Albornoz * ["Reimagining Open Science Through a Feminist Lens"]( - Denisse Albornoz * A video from Municipalidad Provincial de Urubamba on some of the water canals: * [ebook]( on rainwater catchment
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