Tag Archives: 2006

Stories from Nunatarsuaq and other places

Report from Sidse Torstholm Larsen, Master in Visual Cultural Studies, University of Tromsø Project 200601873-2 Financial support for the project: Making Sense of Local Knowledge – An ethnographic study of the production and utilization of local knowledge in a fishing … Continue reading

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Combating Female Genital Mutilation in Addis Ababa

Report from Anna Mladonova, Master Programme in Indigenous Studies, University of Tromsø Project 200601873-5 Financial support to the project: “World Health Organization Experiences in Combating Female Genital Mutilation in Addis Ababa – Ethiopia in Particular at Community Level”

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A comparison between Japan and Norway regarding ILO Convention No. 169

Report from Kanako Uzawa, Master in Indigenous Studies, University of Tromsø Project 200601873-8 Financial support for the project: “A comparison between Norway and Japan regarding ILO169”  C169 Indigenous and Tribal Peoples Convention, 1989

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Sami Reindeer Husbandry on Greenland

Report from Lena Susanne Gaup, Master Programme in Indigenous Studies, University of Tromsø Project 200601873-9 Financial support to the project: “Sami Reindeer Husbandry on Greenland. The Transmission of Traditional Knowledge from Sami Reindeer Herders to Greenlandic Apprentices” The Centre for … Continue reading

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Indigenous water rights in Peru

Report from Rosa Cardenas Inquiltupa, Master Programme in Indigenous Studies, University of Tromsø Prosjekt 200601873-10 Financial support to the project: “Indigenous Water Resources Rights – A Case Study Of Chinchero Quechua People from Urbamba Cusco, Peru”

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A case study in the ecovillage in Mexico

Report from Carmen Castrejon, Master in Visual Cultural Studies, University of Tromsø Project 200601873-11 Financial support for the project: “A simple life: Protecting nature, changing culture”

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Økologiske kriterier for en bærekraftig forvaltning av reindriften

Rapport fra Karen Inga Kemi, Master i Arktisk naturbruk og landbruk, Institutt for biologi, Universitetet i Tromsø Prosjekt 200601873-12 Økonomisk støtte til prosjektet “Bruk av tradisjonell økologisk kunnskap for beiteklassifisering og vurdering av beitekvalitet blant reindriftssamer i Vest Finnmark”

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Indigenous people, tourism and development?

Report from Margrethe Haug, Master in Social Anthropology, University of Tromsø. Project 200601873-13 Økonomisk støtte til prosjektet: ” ‘Bushmen’ as a Trademark – Commercialisation of indigenous culture by the tourism industry, a ticket to development or to further marginalisation?” (Draft … Continue reading

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From horror story to manageable risk

Report from Scott David Meyer, Master in Peace and Conflict Transformation, University of Tromsø – Project 200601873-16 The generous financial support from the Centre for Sámi Studies and SEMUT was used for transportation to Nicaragua and the Pine Ridge Indian … Continue reading

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The impact of economic reforms on the Maasai pastoralists of Tanzania

Report from Lugano Erick Kyejo, Master in Indigenous Studies, University of Tromsø Project 200601873-17 Financial support for the project: “The impact of land and natural resources management liberization policies to Maasai pastoralists of Tanzania.-The case of Maasai youth migrations.”

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Ethnicity and inter-ethnic relations – a case study from Ethiopia

Report from Asebe Regassa Debelo, Master in Indigenous Studies, University of Tromsø Project 200601873-18 Financial support for the project: “Ethnicity and inter-ethnic interaction among the Guji and Gedeo peoples of Southern Ethiopia “

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The Faraqasa indigenous pilgrimage center

Report from Gemechu Jemal Geda, Master in Indigenous Studies, University of Tromsø Project 200601873-19 Financial support for the project: “The Faraqasa Indigenous Pilgrimage center: History and Ritual Practices.”

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The Survival and Revival of Indigenous Theatre Art Forms in Uganda

Report from Richard Kagolobya, Master Programme in Indigenous Studies, University of Tromsø Project 200601873-20 Financial support to the project: The Survival and Revival of Indigenous Theatre Art Forms in Uganda: A Case Study of Kampala District”

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Evaluering av lokalprodusert gresspellets som fôr til rein

Rapport fra Anders Hamnes, Master i Arktisk Naturbruk og Landbruk, Avdeling for Arktisk Biologi, Med Fak, Universitetet i Tromsø Prosjekt 200601873-21 Økonomisk støtte til prosjektet: “Evaluering av lokalprodusert gresspellets som fôr til rein”

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When the past becomes the future

Report from Dieudonné Ndanga, Master in Visual Cultural Studies, University of Tromsø Project 200601873-22 Financial support for the project: The contribution of the Cultural Revitalisation Movements in the Inter-Ethnic dialogue: The case of the Sirta Gbaya group in Bertoua, East … Continue reading

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Indigenous group coping with new environment – a case study from Cameroon

Report from Dieudonne Ongbwa, Master in Visual Cultural Studies, University of Tromsø Project 200601873-23 Financial support for the project: “Between two worlds – A marginalized indigenous group coping with new environment: The Case of Bagyeli from Bipindi in Cameroon” The … Continue reading

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The importance of varied plant quality to reindeers habitat use

Rapport fra Marianne Iversen, stipendiat, Samisk høgskole/ Universitetet i Tromsø Prosjekt 200601873-27 Økonomisk støtte til prosjektet “The importance of varied plant quality to reindeers habitat use” I mitt doktorgradsprosjekt innen økologisk botanikk studerer jeg rein – plante interaksjoner med fokus … Continue reading

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Mbororo female’s in Cameroon

Report from Adamou Amadou, Master in Visual Cultural Studies, University of Tromsø Project 200601873-24 Financial support for the project: “Urbanisation and the transformation of gender roles: The case of Mbororo women everyday strategies in Cameroon”

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Reindeer-plant interactions

Report from Victoria González, Master in Biology, University of Tromsø Project 200601873-25 Financial support for the project: “Reindeer grazing history effects on alpine germinable seed banks” The Centre for Sámi Studies supported me with kr 10000,- in order to publish … Continue reading

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Utvikling av probiotika til rein

Rapport fra Kirsti Præsteng, doktorgradstipendiat, avdeling for Arktisk biologi, Universitetet i Tromsø Prosjekt 200601873-28 Økonomisk støtte til prosjektet: “Utvikling av probiotika til rein”

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