Sustainable reindeer husbandry - globalization and the northern sea-route
Organised by University of the Arctic Institute for Circumpolar Reindeer at International Centre for Reindeer Husbandry, Kautokeino in cooperation with Centre for High North Logistics, Kirkenes, Norway

With Russian-English translation

Reindeer herding is the primary livelihood for over 24 indigenous peoples in the Arctic and Sub-Arctic, involving close to 100 000 herders, 2.5 million semi-domesticated reindeer Arctic and sub-Arctic environment, climate and biodiversity is changing in ways unprecedented in our long histories in the north, challenging traditional ways of life, wellbeing, food security, constitutes a legitimate concern for the future of traditional indigenous livelihoods When developing strategies for sustainable development and adaptation to address climate and environmental change in the Arctic and sub-Arctic, all available types and sources of knowledge about food systems need to be included. The main goal of this session is to investigate to which extent and how the Northern sea routes can provide economic opportunities for indigenous reindeer herding societies, through increased market access and local value added based on their indigenous traditional knowledge.

Speakers

  • Dr Ellen Inga Turi; Saami University of Applied Science - presentation of the  Rievdan Research project
  • Kia K Hansen, UIT Arctic University of Norway - The role of traditional knowledge in preservation of reindeer meat
  • Nadine Kochuten, Aleut International, USA -  Aleut Indigenous Knowledge and Food
  • Sergey Filatov, Director of the Department of Natural Resources of Khanty-Mansiysk AO - Implementation of the project "IT-stoibishe" (IT-reindeer camp") in Khanty-Mansiysk AO
  • Alexander Komissarov, Vice-Director of the Department of Natural Resources of Khnaty-Mansiysk AO. - Regulation of relations between indigenous peoples and industrial companies
  • Roza- Maren Magga International Centre for Reindeer Husbandry - Introduction to Horizon 2020.  Research project INTERACT
  • Kjell Stokvik, Director Centre for High North Logistics / Kirkenes - In accordance with the Arctic Council Fairbanks declaration launching of program for training indigenous youth in the documentation of traditional knowledge related to food, food entrepreneurship and innovation
  • Maka Monture, Arctic Youth Ambassadors

Panel discussion: 30 min

Organised by University of the Arctic Institute for Circumpolar Reindeer at International Centre for Reindeer Husbandry, Kautokeino in cooperation with Centre for High North Logistics / Kirkenes, Norway

For more information about this event contact Maria Varteressian, Manager, Arctic Frontiers Arena, maria@arcticfrontiers.com

Arena Arena

Wednesday 23rd January 2019

15:00 - 16:30

Fram Centre

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Organised by University of the Arctic Institute for Circumpolar Reindeer at International Centre for Reindeer Husbandry, Kautokeino in cooperation with Centre for High North Logistics, Kirkenes, Norway
With Russian-English translation Reindeer herding is the primary livelihood for over 24 indigenous peoples in the Arctic and Sub-Arctic, involving close to 100 000 herders, 2.5 million semi-domesticated reindeer Arctic and sub-Arctic environment, climate and biodiversity is changing in ways unprecedented in our long histories in the north, challenging traditional ways of life, wellbeing, food security, constitutes a legitimate concern for the future of traditional indigenous livelihoods When developing strategies for sustainable development and adaptation to address climate and environmental change in the Arctic and sub-Arctic, all available types and sources of knowledge about food systems need to be included. The main goal of this session is to investigate to which extent and how the Northern sea routes can provide economic opportunities for indigenous reindeer herding societies, through increased market access and local value added based on their indigenous traditional knowledge. Speakers Dr Ellen Inga Turi; Saami University of Applied Science - presentation of the  Rievdan Research project Kia K Hansen, UIT Arctic University of Norway - The role of traditional knowledge in preservation of reindeer meat Nadine Kochuten, Aleut International, USA -  Aleut Indigenous Knowledge and Food Sergey Filatov, Director of the Department of Natural Resources of Khanty-Mansiysk AO - Implementation of the project "IT-stoibishe" (IT-reindeer camp") in Khanty-Mansiysk AO Alexander Komissarov, Vice-Director of the Department of Natural Resources of Khnaty-Mansiysk AO. - Regulation of relations between indigenous peoples and industrial companies Roza- Maren Magga International Centre for Reindeer Husbandry - Introduction to Horizon 2020.  Research project INTERACT Kjell Stokvik, Director Centre for High North Logistics / Kirkenes - In accordance with the Arctic Council Fairbanks declaration launching of program for training indigenous youth in the documentation of traditional knowledge related to food, food entrepreneurship and innovation Maka Monture, Arctic Youth Ambassadors Panel discussion: 30 min �Organised by University of the Arctic Institute for Circumpolar Reindeer at International Centre for Reindeer Husbandry, Kautokeino in cooperation with Centre for High North Logistics / Kirkenes, Norway� For more information about this event contact Maria Varteressian, Manager, Arctic Frontiers Arena, maria@arcticfrontiers.com Fram Centre

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