Larry Ibrahim Mohammed

PhD Candidate, The Arctic University of Norway, Tromsø (UiT)

Larry Ibrahim Mohammed is a Ph.D. Research Fellow in Comparative Indigenous Studies at UiT- The Arctic University of Norway. He regards himself as a Global Citizen who believes in contributing his quota to making the world a better place. He constantly strives to deepen his insights as an Arctic Advocate and a Policy Analyst. Larry has served as an Envoy from UiT-The Arctic University of Norway to Arctic Frontiers where he managed the Arctic Frontiers Student Forum (2020 and 2021) and also coordinated young programs under the Arctic Frontiers Young portfolio. Larry has participated as a delegate in two Youth Assemblies at the United Nations in New York and volunteered at the 12th Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (EMRIP) in Geneva. Larry’s academic interest stretches from International Indigenism, Arctic governance, and resource extraction and conflict resolution. His current Ph.D. topic is ” In pursuit of Self-Determination; Indigenous Peoples voices in search of impacts; A comparative study of renewable energy in Norway and Canada”

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