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         Russian Indigenous Peoples:     more books (25)
  1. Neotraditionalism in the Russian North: Indigenous Peoples and the Legacy of Perestroika (Circumpolar Research Series)
  2. Impacts of climate change on the sustainable development of traditional lifestyles on the indigenous peoples of the Russian North: towards the development ... An article from: Northern Review by Pavel Sulyandziga, Tatiana Vlassova, 2001-12-22
  3. Indigenous Peoples of Siberia: Russian Far East, Indigenous Peoples by Geographic Regions, Russian Conquest of Siberia, Forced Settlements in the Soviet ... the Soviet Union, Demographics of Siberia.
  4. Indigenous Peoples in the Russian law / Korennye malochislennye narody Severa v rossiyskom prave by Kryazhkov V.A., 2010
  5. Environmental Problems Affecting the Traditional Lifestyles of Indigenous Peoples in the Russian North: A Seminar Report by United Nations Environment Programme, 1999-08
  6. Nanai and The Quest for the Fire Bird:A New Poetic Interpretation of Siberian Shamanic Wisdom (Voices of Indigenous Peoples) by Jabez L. Van Cleef, 2008-06-04
  7. The Way of Kinship: An Anthology of Native Siberian Literature (First Peoples: New Directions Indigenous)
  8. The Predicament of Chukotka's Indigenous Movement : Post-Soviet Activism in the Russian Far North by Patty A. Gray, Patty Gray, 2003-08
  9. Nomads and Their Neighbours in the Russian Steppe: Turks, Khazars and Qipchaqs (Variorum Collected Studies Series: Cs752) by Peter B. Golden, 2003-02
  10. Anooshi Lingit Aani Ka/Russians in Tlingit America: The Battles of Sitka, 1802 And 1804 (Classics of Tlingit Oral Literature)
  11. Narodniki Women: Russian Women Who Sacrificed Themselves for the Dream of Freedom (Athene Series) by Margaret Maxwell, 1990-03
  12. The Tlingit Indians in Russian America, 1741-1867 by Andrei Val'terovich Grinev, 2008-12-01
  13. Tundra Passages : Gender and History in the Russian Far East by Petra Rethmann, 2001-02-01
  14. Alutiiq Villages under Russian and U.S. Rule by Sonja Luehrmann, 2009-02-03

1. Russian Indigenous Peoples
Russian Indigenous Peoples General description. Technical description. General description GeoDataset name Indigenous Peoples of the North of the Russian Federation
Russian Indigenous Peoples
General description Technical description General description GeoDataset name: Indigenous Peoples of the North of the Russian Federation This dataset is compiled under INSROP Project II.4.10 by : Winnfried Dallmann Norwegian Polar Institute Hjalmar Johansensgt. 14 N-9005 Tromsř Norway The dataset contains the geographical distribution of the Indigenous Peoples of the North of the Russian Federation classified by language groups. Main source are: Narody Rossii i sopredelnykh stan. PKO "Kartografiya", Moskva 1995, updated with various additional data in the Taymyr area. For full information on this dataset, see INSROP Working paper No. 90 - 1997. The area code "NP2" are defined in the legend-file indpeop.avl. Technical description Shapefile name: indpeop.shp GeoDataset type: Shapefile with Polygon features. Coordinate system: Latitude/longitude in decimal degrees Label field: Group Indpeop.shp 190 Polygons, 5 descriptive fields. [Area] - "Area" (Numeric, 5 decimals) [Perimeter] - "Perimeter" (Numeric, 5 decimals)

2. Indigenous People Of Russia
Excerpt ANSIPRA (formerly NNSIPRA Norwegian Network …) is a communication network linking Russian Indigenous Peoples' Organisations (IPOs) with
Indigenous People of Russia Yaoun-Yakh
Traditional games and competitions in original physical training of Siberian indigenous population

Krasilnikov Valery Pavlovich
Excerpt: "Today, in conditions of global integration, our future mostly depends on preservation of its cultural variety. The traditional way of life and life in harmony with the nature are not only our past, but also the future in its significant part." Sport and Human Rights
Krasilnikov Valery Pavlovich
Excerpt: "During recent times, the indigenous population of Siberia have been trying to revive old traditions of physical training, including original techniques and methods of adapting to low temperatures, national games, competitions, and original methods and techniques of physical preparation for trade activity (i.e. fishing, reindeer breeding, hunting and collecting)." Arctic Circle
(A site rich in resources on the Circumpolar North.)

3. Report Of The Aboriginal Subsistence Whaling Sub-Committee
documents were available to the SubCommittee IWC/61/ASW 1 Draft annotated Agenda 2 List of documents 3 Aboriginal harvest of gray and bowhead whales by Russian indigenous peoples in

4. Inuit Circumpolar Council (Canada) - Institution Building For Northern Russian I
Another busy year in the life of the Institution Building for Northern Russian Indigenous Peoples Project has resulted in many great strides being made toward strengthening the

5. Project Manual Exxon EBook Downloads
Donor's manual related to Russian Indigenous Peoples' issues; Mapping Marine Habitat –Kodiak Island; Undergraduate Manual 20052006; HDPE Fusion Manual

6. Talk:Eskimo - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
solution is merging the 2 articles and calling it Indigenous peoples of the Circumpolar North..but this was not done as it was voted down, because the Russian Indigenous peoples
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7. / Saitit / Arctic Centre / InEnglish / RESEARCH / Sustainable Develo
Russian Indigenous Peoples of the North as Political Actors. By Tamara Semenova, Senior Researcher Russian Research Institute for Cultural and Natural Heritage, Moscow, Russia

8. EPPR: 1995 Working Group Report
The Inuit Circumpolar Conference (ICC), the Association of Russian Indigenous Peoples of the North and the joint UNEPIDHA Environment Unit were present as
Delegations from Canada, Denmark, Finland, Norway, the Russian Federation, Sweden and the United States of America participated. The Inuit Circumpolar Conference (ICC), the Association of Russian Indigenous Peoples of the North and the joint UNEPIDHA Environment Unit were present as observers at the Meeting. A list of delegates and observers is enclosed (annex 1). Opening Mr. Serguei Khetagurov, Vice-Minister, EMERCOM of Russia, welcomed the participants. Greetings of welcome were also made by the Mayor of Norilsk and the Chief Administrator of the Timor District. The Chairman presented the co-operation within Arctic Environment Protection Strategy (AEPS). The Meeting was declared opened. Adoption of Agenda The draft agenda (annex 2) was adopted. Arctic Risk Assessment USA acting as lead country presented a draft (August 1995) Risk Analysis Report by the EPPR/AEPS Environmental Threats to the Arctic. In the discussion, there was found to be a need to supplement the document in certain respects but also to make the compiled inputs more compatible. An ad hoc group met for this purpose during the Meeting. It was decided that USA would continue the work on a bilateral basis and that refined drafting of an adjusted matrix would take place by a small open-ended drafting group consisting of, under all circumstances, the US and the Chairman, tentatively in connection with the meeting in November of AEPS/SAAO.

9. Indigenous Institutions
Russian Indigenous Peoples’ Training Center (RITC) Rodion Vasilevich Sulyandziga, Director of RITC, email The Russian Indigenous Peoples’ Training Center (RITC
Russian Indigenous Peoples’ Training Center (RITC)
Rodion Vasilevich Sulyandziga, Director of RITC, e-mail:
The Russian Indigenous Peoples’ Training Center (RITC) is a non-governmental organisation formed with the aim of supporting the economic, social and cultural development of the indigenous peoples of the Russian North, Siberia and the Far East of the Russian Federation. Project partners are the Russian Association of Indigenous Peoples of Russian North, Siberia and the Far East (RAIPON) and the Inuit Circumpolar Conference (ICC) branch of Canada. The Center is funded by the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA).
The objectives of the Center are to contribute to sustainable development of the Northern indigenous peoples, to guarantee their direct participation in the economic activities and processes decided upon at the national, regional and local level. The work of the Center is also directed towards the establishment and maintenance of agreements between the indigenous peoples, the state and resource extracting companies on preservation and development of traditional nature-use territories. RITC provides consultation services, prepares educational programmes and teaching economical development of the indigenous communities in various regions of Russia. The Center has two departments.
The department of remote support of the Center organises the educational process, provides consultation and other services related to the support of economical initiatives of individuals, communities and regions. There is a prepared course about economic development of indigenous communities, including studies of Russian legislation on indigenous peoples, traditional nature use, business organisation and establishment, and also practical exercises concerning fund-raising. A second course about regional project coordination includes a practicum in Canada on bases of native cooperatives. All expenses for the courses are covered by project funds. Teachers from both Moscow and the regions render their services.

Arctic Athabaskan Council (AAC) •* Gwich'in Council International (GCI) •* Inuit Circumpolar Conference (ICC) Greenland, Alaska and Canada •* Russian Indigenous Peoples of the

11. Pacific Environment : Russian Indigenous Peoples And Environmental Advocates To
Russian Indigenous Peoples and Environmental Advocates to Visit Tribal Councils on the North Slope . For Immediate Release Contact Shawna Larson

Arctic Athabaskan Council (AAC) •* Gwich'in Council International (GCI) •* Inuit Circumpolar Conference (ICC) Greenland, Alaska and Canada •* Russian Indigenous Peoples of the

13. Russian Indigenous Peoples As Political Actors: New Material Published - Arctic
An expert seminar was held in Moscow April 18 2008 to discuss indigenous peoples’ opportunities for political action in Russia from different perspectives.

14. Related: Permanent Forum
Links to pages related to the UN Permanent Forum within IWGIA's English website
Mission Statement Strategy Papers Organisational Structure History ... Working Group on Indigenous Populations Links to pages related to the UN Permanent Forum within IWGIA's English website:
Permanent Forum
Related: Permanent Forum Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues IWGIA posobie ... Declaration status

15. Development Priorities For Russian Indigenous Peoples - 2009 - Polar Research -
Article first published online 24 JUL 2009. DOI 10.1111/j.17518369.2009.00125.x 2009 the author, journal compilation 2009 Blackwell Publishing Ltd

16. World People's Blog » Blog Archive » Zinaida Strogalschikova – Russian Feder
The Russian indigenous peoples are proud to work closely with her for their advancement in their territories. There are many challenges ahead, especially in that many indigenous
Written on April 1st, 2006 in World People She continues her studies and work on the traditional culture of her people, and now works in the scientific center in Carelia, her hometown. Listening to Zinaida, speaking softly but with a lot of power, you see wisdom in her. The Russian indigenous peoples are proud to work closely with her for their advancement in their territories. There are many challenges ahead, especially in that many indigenous peoples do not yet know of the establishment of the Permanent Forum and its objectives. But even the fact of its establishment is very important for indigenous peoples, especially today, when new government policies are being formulated. map of the Barents region another Barents region map For many years Zinaida has worked on indigenous issues and it is very clear to her that her people want self-determination. She has helped her community in the publication of a newspaper and other publications to create an awareness of their issues. Because of her advocacy work with indigenous peoples for many years, she was nominated by her people to Parliament for two terms for 8 years. She headed a committee working on national systems and indigenous peoples, with a main focus on their legal status in agriculture and community life. She worked to legitimize the self-determination of indigenous peoples and lands. This also includes the right to education, health, culture and development. She was aware of all that she presented in Parliament which made the government approve the access of information for indigenous peoples, the result of a long-time struggle. Her presence in parliament has heightened awareness of indigenous issues in a country that is facing many changes.

17. Sustainable Economic Development / Poverty Alleviation: International Developmen
A regional tourism strategy, infrastructure, and enterprises ; Commercial projects for Russian indigenous peoples ; Creation of a national park
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Added: Modified: Refreshed: Sustainable Economic Development / Poverty Alleviation In forestry circles, environmental conservation and economic progress have generally seemed diametrically opposed—conservation initiatives often facing opposition for fear that they may affect livelihood opportunities and vice versa. But it doesn't have to work that way. As model forests have shown, the pursuit of economic opportunities and poverty alleviation are not necessarily incompatible with sustainable forest management (SFM). In fact, without a sustainable and meaningful income for forest-based communities, SFM is unlikely to occur. In fact, many model forest stakeholders expect their support for SFM to better their lives. In other words, they want sustainability to have an economic dividend. However, making informed choices about appropriate economic activity is not always easy. Access to information about available alternatives, nontraditional resource uses, more sustainable natural resource extraction processes, as well as the consequences of some economic activities on the landscape allows stakeholders to make knowledgeable decisions. Through various projects, model forests are providing opportunities for partners to assess their alternatives and find appropriate balances between the economic and non-economic values of the resources at their disposal. In this and other respects, individual model forests have identified economic goals that speak directly to national and international policy objectives (

18. Indigenous Portal - RAIPON Presidium Confirmed
Council session was the adoption of the Address to Dmitry Medvedev, the President of the Russian Federation, about the current socioeconomic condition of Russian indigenous peoples
RAIPON Presidium confirmed Wednesday, 11 November 2009 The Coordinating Council's regular meeting was held in Moscow, on October 23. Leaders of the regional associations of the indigenous peoples of the North, Siberia and the Far East as members of the Coordinating Council participated in the session. Members were informed of the coming Arctic Indigenous Leaders Summit that will be organized by the RAIPON in Moscow, April 15-16. It will be the 5th international meeting during which leaders of the Arctic indigenous peoples united into Saami Council, Inuit Circumpolar Conference, RAIPON, Arctic Athabaskan Council, Aleut international Association and Gwich'in Council International will be able to share their thoughts and map out ways of solving pressing problems of their peoples. The preliminary subject of the Summit is the interaction between the indigenous peoples and industrial companies. The Association suggests defining certain standard of work for extractive companies in the Arctic, similar to World Bank's Indigenous Policy according to which business takes on social liability for the indigenous. Currently the RAIPON is preparing the corresponding documents and will distribute them among its partners - organizations of the indigenous peoples of the Arctic. At the same time the RAIPON will celebrate its twentieth anniversary. Also there will be an annual international fair and culture festival of the indigenous peoples held at the All-Russian Exhibition Centre 15-19 April. During the Coordinating Council's meeting there was a Workgroup appointed that would take care of the Association's anniversary preparations. The Workgroup includes the members of the RAIPON Presidium (the vice-presidents).

19. Inuit Circumpolar Council (Canada) - Institution Building For Northern Russian I

20. Overview Of The Russian Indigenous Peoples — Polar Conservation
The vast expanse of the Russian Federation, from the Kola Peninsula in the northwest to the Chukotka Peninsula in the northeast and Primorye in the east, has long been

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