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Reindeer Herding news

В городе Нерюнгри Республики Саха (Якутия) 21-23 сентября 2021 года состоится Всероссийская научно-практическая конференция «Цифровизация языкового и культурного наследия коренных народов Арктики».

The WIPO Training, Mentoring and Matchmaking Program on Intellectual Property for Women Entrepreneurs from Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities aims to strengthen the capacity of indigenous and local community women entrepreneurs to make strategic and effective use of intellectual property tools in support of their entrepreneurial activities.

Всемирная организация интеллектуальной собственности (ВОИС) объявила прием заявок на программу обучения для женщин-предпринимателей из числа КМНС. Заявки принимаются до 6 сентября.

Михаил Погодаев, заместитель Министра по развитию Арктики и делам народов Севера Республики Саха (Якутия), назначен специальным представителем российского председательства в Арктическом совете по вопросам коренных  народов и сотрудничества по линии регионов.

Mikhail Pogodaev, Deputy Minister for the Development of the Arctic and Northern Affairs of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), has been appointed as the Russian Chairmanship’s Special Envoy for Indigenous and Regional Cooperation in the Arctic Council.

Rášša a new research project launced on Hardangervidda today led by NIVA, Nordlandforskning, Villreinsenteret and International Centre for Reindeer Husbandry. Project leader Kathrine Johnsen. Governing, producing, and negotiating reindeer landscapes – towards fair and sustainable use of land.

В Мирнинском районе, лесные пожары сделали свое черное дело. Они окончательно погубили среду обитания коренных народов – якутов и эвенков.

A storied reindeer herd first brought to Arctic Canada from Russia in the 1930s has been purchased by the Inuvialuit Regional Corporation (IRC) in Inuvik. The goal is to grow the herd to provide a sustainable food resource.

Slava Kemlil, a member of the Chukchi indigenous people in Russia's Far East, has lived a life bound to nature's pulse - but the changing landscape of his tundra environment is posing fresh challenges.


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