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On 18th of June 2015 the Association of World Reindeer Herders and UArctic EALAT Institute will run a separate session about preservation and development of taiga reindeer husbandry, within the international science conference “Arctic Dialog in the Global World” in Ulan-Ude, Buryatia (Russia). Reindeer herders from Republic of Buryatia, Irkutsk oblast, Republic of Tuva and Mongolia are planning to participate in this session.

During his stay in Buryatia, the Chair of the Board of the Association of World Reindeer Herders, president of the UArctic EALAT Institute, Mikhail Pogodaev will visit reindeer herders in Okinsky district of the Republic of Burytia.


  • Seminar “Reindrift 2030 – Fremtidig forvaltning og organisering av reindrift”, 7.1.2012 Kautokeino, Norway
  • Arctic Frontiers, 23.1-27.1 Tromsø, Norway
  • Working session on the Loss of Grazing Lands report by Anna Naykanchina for UNPFII, 26. – 27-1, 2012, Tromsø, Norway
  • SDWG EALLIN workshop in Komylskoe, The Republic of  Sakha (Yakutia), Russia
  • Training of Future Arctic Leaders; Arctic Lavvu dialogue with HSH Prince Albert II of Monaco, 20. – 30.3, 2012, Kautokeino, Norway
  • Seminar: “Reindeer Husbandry and Mineral Mining – Will Sami Reindeer Husbandry Survive the Future Mining programs?”, 21.3.2012
  • WITBC 2012 in Kautokeino, 25.-29.3, 2012
  • United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, New York, USA. Release of Loss of Grazing Lands report by Anna Naykanchina et. al.
  • Inger Marie Gaup Eira phD dissertation defence
  • 15th Council of the University of the Arctic Meeting, Tromsø, 11. – 16. 6, 2012
  • “Using Traditional Knowledge in Unpredictable Critical Events in Reindeer Husbandry, the Case of Sami reindeer husbandry in Western Finnmark, Norway and Nenets reindeer husbandry on Yamal Peninsula, Yamal-Nenets AO, Russia.” Master of Philosophy in Indigenous Studies, University of Tromsø, Ravdna Biret Marja Eira
  • International workshop “Global Change in the Arctic and Co-production of Knowledge”, 27.-29-9, 2012, Paris, France. Organised by UNESCO and Museum National D’Histoire Naturelle
  • ”Changements globaux et Sâmes éleveurs de rennes, Kautokeino (Norvège) – Etude de cas de la Fiettar siida” – Présenté par Thibault BOUCHER
    MUSEUM NATIONAL D’HISTOIRE NATURELLE, Master Evolution, Patrimoine Naturel et Sociétés, Master 2 Spécialité, Environnement, Développement, Territoires et Sociétés 2011 – 2012, International Centre for Reindeer Husbandry , MNHN – UMR 7206 Eco-Anthropologie et Ethnobiologie, Stage encadré par Mme Marie Roué, DR CNRS et Mr Svein D. Mathiesen, Prof et Dr, ICR, Responsables pédagogiques : Serge Bahuchet, PR MNHN, et Marie Roué, DR CNRS.
  • The visit of the President of Mongolia to Oslo, Norway. 7. – 8.10.2012
  • Arctic Council Arctic Resilience Report workshop in Kautokeino, 29. – 31.10.2012
  • Nomadic Herders workshop, St Petersburg, Russia 25.-27.11.2012
  • International Conference “Arctic Zone of the Russian Federation: North-Eastern Vector of Development”, 28.11.2012
  • International seminar “Civilization of Reindeer and Future of the Arctic: Nomaid Herders and Industrial Development of Natural Resources”, 29.11.2012
  • International workshop ”Training of Future Arctic Indigenous Leaders” by the UArctic EALAT Institute at the International Centre for Reindeer Husbandry as a part of SDWG EALLIN project in Arctic Council, Introduction seminar for Russian indigenous students from reindeer husbandry on adaptation to climate and land use change-resilience at Herzen University, 30.11.2012
  • ‘Methane emissions from reindeer – do reindeer fed lichens emit less methane than reindeer on a pelleted feed diet?’ Mastergradsoppgaver i biologi, University of Tromso, Norway.


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