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Alyasa Abbas

Alyasa Abbas

Doha Debates Ambassador 2023

Nabila Abbas

Nabila Abbas

Doha Debates Ambassador 2024

Kamran Abbasi

Kamran Abbasi

Doctor and journalist

Randa Abdel-Fattah

Randa Abdel-Fattah

Australian Author

Muhammad Abduhoo

Muhammad Abduhoo

Doha Debates Ambassador 2022

Muhammad Abdullah

Muhammad Abdullah

Doha Debates Ambassador 2024

Ewaru Abel

Ewaru Abel

Doha Debates Ambassador 2023

Hossam Abo Shammallah

Hossam Abo Shammallah

Doha Debates Ambassador 2024

Yana Abu Taleb

Yana Abu Taleb

Jordanian director of EcoPeace Middle East

Yilmaz Acar

Yilmaz Acar

Doha Debates Ambassador 2023

Muhammed Afsal

Muhammed Afsal

Doha Debates Ambassador 2023

Praise-Ann Agbor

Praise-Ann Agbor

Doha Debates Ambassador 2023

Tyson Yunkaporta

Tyson Yunkaporta

Author, scholar and founder of NIKERI Institute

About Tyson Yunkaporta

Tyson Yunkaporta is an Aboriginal scholar from the Apalech clan in Far North Queensland, Australia. He founded NIKERI Institute (National Indigenous Knowledges Education Research Innovation) at Deakin University in Melbourne, where he is a senior lecturer. He published Sand Talk: How Indigenous thinking can save the world in 2020, in which he looks at global crises like climate change from the perspective of Indigenous knowledge, rather than trying to report on Indigenous practices for a global audience. Tyson is also an art critic and a carver of traditional tools and weapons.

Tyson is a part of

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Host Nelufar Hedayat explores conversations about climate, inequality, race and more.

Episodes with Tyson

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Protecting the Earth: Indigenous solutions to the climate crisis

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