CLSU Joins International Collaboration on Sustaining Indigenous Knowledge System

CLSU joins collab on sustaining indigenous knowledge

The quest to push for the protection, conservation, enhancement, and promotion of Filipino culture in an international landscape took a step forward on August 19, 2021, with the launch of the project dubbed as ‘Intensifying the Filipino Culture towards Sustained Indigenous Peoples’ Knowledge System in Saving Natural Habitat, Landscape, and Practices through Cultural Education and Community Development’.

CLSU joins collab on sustaining indigenous knowledge
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