Opening of "Pasifika: Island Journeys." Museum of Anthropology, June 2003 Children in African Museums, First GCAM workshop, Nairobi, 1997 (NMK) GCAM delegates at Olorgesaillie Archaeological Site, Rift Valley, Kenya, 1997 Dance Troupe entertaining delegates, GCAM workshop, Nairobi, 1997 Education Officer, Peggy McGeary and CAM intern, Caroline Lanthier. Presentation on Holetown Museum, Barbados, 1999 Delegates in discussion, Liverpool, 2003 Museum of Anthropology, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, 2000 Northwest Coast Totem Pole, Museum of Anthropology
 
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2008 CAM Triennial meeting in Georgetown, Guyana: "Museums & Diversity: Museums in Pluralistic Societies" Papers and Proceedings:

Here is a list of papers in pdf format as well as the actual slides ( ) presented in the seminar:

Richard Benjamin, Director, International Slavery Museum, Liverpool, U.K.  THE INTERNATIONAL SLAVERY MUSEUM: 07 AND BEYOND.

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Hazel Brookes, Museum/Heritage Consultant, St. Kitts and Nevis.                HOW CARIBBEAN MUSEUMS ARE DEALING WITH DIVERSITY.

Rex Nettleford, social and cultural historian and political analyst, Jamaica. RESPECT AND UNDERSTANDING:ENGAGING CREATIVE DIVERSITY, THE CARIBEAN EXPERIENCE.

Catherine C. Cole,Heritage Consultant, Edmonton, Alberta.                             THE ROLE OF MUSEUMS, HERITAGE & CULTURAL CENTRES IN NUNAVUT, CANADA.

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Luvuyo Mthimkhulu Dondolo, Amathole District Municipality Heritage Manager, East London, South Africa.                                                              DEMOCRATIZATION OF MUSEUMS IN POST-APARTHEID SOUTH
AFRICA: A CASE STUDY OF THREE MUSEUMS IN SOUTH AFRICA
.

Mike Gondwe, Museum Education Coordinator (Curator), Museums of Malawi.

THE MUSEUMS OF MALAWI AND DIVERSITY: A CASE STUDY,
“SAFEGUARDING TRADITIONS” JOINT PROJECT
.

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Mark Graham, Director of Research Services, Canadian Museum of Nature, Ottawa.                                                                                                                          CONNECTING PEOPLE WITH NATURE: INNOVATIVE APPROACHES BY
CANADA’S NATIONAL MUSEUM.


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Christine F. Ngereza, Principal Researcher, National Museum of Tanzania, Dar es Salaam.                                                                                                                BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION IS EVERYONE'S BUSINESS: THE FUTURE ROLE OF ANY MUSUEM.

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Freda Nkirote, Researcher, National Museums of Kenya, Nairobi.
THE ROLE OF NATIONAL MUSEUMS OF KENYA IN THE WAKE OF POST
ELECTION VIOLENCE: LESSONS LEARNT.


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Terry Nyambe,Assistant keeper of Ichthyology, Livingstone Museum,
Livingstone, Zambia.
PROMOTION OF INTANGIBLE HERITAGE IN THE CONSERVATION OF
NATURE AT THE LIVINGSTONE MUSEUM, ZAMBIA
.

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Lucina D. Shayo, Education Officer, Museum and House of Culture, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

MUSEUMS AND PLURALISTIC SOCIETIES: DEALING WITH DIFFERENCES
IN THE SOCIETIES WE LIVE IN AND INTERACT WITH – A CASE STUDY
OF THE MUSEUM AND HOUSE OF CULTURE, DAR ES SALAAM,
TANZANIA
.

Raquel Thomas, Ph.D., appointed Director of Training and Resource Management, Iwokrama.

A LIVING SPACE FOR BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT.

 

Here is a series of miscellaneous documents in pdf format:

COMMONWEALTH ASSOCIATION OF MUSEUMS DISTANCE COURSE
FIRST CONSULTATION
.-CAM guyana Conference Meeting April 21, 2008.

INTRODUCTION AND SUMMARY OF DISCUSSIONS ON CONFERENCE
THEMES.
-Dr. Martin Segger UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA, acting president, and conference chair.

ANNUAL GENERAL ASSEMBLY Including ELEVENTH ELECTIONS.

DR. FRANK ANTHONY, MINISTRY OF CULTURE, YOUTH and SPORT, SPEECH AT THE COMMONWEALTH ASSOCIATION OF MUSEUMS CONFERENCE.

COMMONWEALTH ASSOCIATION OF MUSEUMS GEORGETOWN DECLARATION. April 22, 2008.