Ethics in Indigenous research
The Centre for Sami Research (CeSam) – Vaartoe at Umeå University presents the Lars Thomasson Symposium. The lectures are public and require no registration. This year’s theme for is “Ethics in Indigenous research.” The presenters are all involved in Indigenous research and come from different parts of the world.
Some of the lectures are in English:
10:45 The Development of Guidelines for Indigenous Research Ethics in Aotearoa, New Zealand.
Maui Hudson, Te Kotahi Research Institute, New Zeeland.
14:45 Academia and Activism: Negotiating the Blurred Spaces Between.
Rebecca Lawrence, Department of Political Science, Stockholm Universitu and Kaisa Raitio, Department of Urban and Rural Development, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences.
15:15 Developing an Adequate Questionnaire Addressing Psychosocial Distress in a Reindeer Herding Population: Some Ethical Considerations.
Snefrid Møllersen, SANKS, Karasjok, Norway.
15:45 Research Ethics and Aboriginal People – Experiences from Australia.
Ian Anderson, Murrup Barak – Melbourne, Institute for Indigenous Development, Australia.
This event is also part of the Sámi week, Ubmejen Biejvieh.
Welcome to an exciting day of interesting lectures!
Se full programme here: http://www.cesam.umu.se/seminarier/lars-thomasson-symposiet/
|Thursday Mar 6 2014 10:00 - 17:00||Västerbotten museum|
Organizer: Centre for Sami Research (CeSam) - Vaartoe, Swedish Sami Association (SSR), Såhkie, The Sami Parliament, Umeå2014, Västerbottens museum
Part of a project: The Sami society in the past and present
Vaartoe/Centre for Sami Research
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