This special issue features seven articles by Indigenous scholars from territories which now form part of Kenya, the United States, Mexico, and Peru. The articles link Indigenous knowledge systems with education, drawing on Indigenous theories and comparative- international perspectives, and examining how Indigenous knowledges are framed to promote lifelong learning. The work of the Indigenous scholars presented here illustrates a sharing of ideas, practices, initiatives and visions that foster international networks of learning and serve as vital contributions to sustainability.
UNESCO UIL – Announcement of IRE issue 64:6
From the network - 21st February 2019