2004 Raipon's Kamchatka Information Center "Lach". The Network of indigenous peoples of Kamchatka.pdf Raipon, Lach, information center, centre, Kamchatka, information network, brochure
BY IVAN NECHEPURENKO “The passport story reveals new depths of what the government can do,” told Pavel Chikov, chairman of the Agora human rights organization. Five rights advocates were reportedly prevented from leaving Russia to attend a UN-organized conference taking place in New York this week. The Russians were due to take part in the World Conference on Indigenous Peoples on Monday and Tuesday, but … Читать далее 2014.09 Russian Activists Prevented From Leaving Country by Torn Passports
2017 Reflections on the influence of the current political development in Russia on indigenous peoples_ land rights by Rodion Sulyandziga and Dmitry Berezhkov.pdf 2017 Indigenous Peoples Rights and Unreported Struggles. Conflict and Peace.pdf oil, Кечимов С.В., ОАО “Сургутнефтегаз”, Имлор, state governance, state policy, legislation, KHMAO, Khanty-Mansiisk, Mansiysk, Бережков-Д.В., Суляндзига-Р.В.
2018.09 Report of the UN Secretary-General. Cooperation with the United Nations, its representatives and mechanisms in the field of human rights.pdf Shor, Таннагашева Я.В., Таннагашев В.В., Kemerovo, coal, UN, report, repressions, harassments
Slow death in Siberia. How Europe’s coal dependency is devastating Russia’s forests and indigenous Shor people (the report of the Coal Action Network / UK).pdf Russian version: Shor, Shorians, Kemerovo, coal, pollution, extractive, export to Europe, Evraz plc, Vostok Ugol
Dmitriy Bogoyavlenskiy is a senior researcher at the Institute of Demography, Higher School of Economics-National Research University, Moscow. His research on the ethnic demography of Russia focuses on the indigenous peoples of the North. 2010 Dmitriy Bogoyavlenskiy. Russia_s Indigenous Peoples of the North- A Demographic Portrait at the Beginning of the Twenty-First Century.pdf Богоявленский-Д.Д., demography, … Читать далее 2010 Dmitriy Bogoyavlenskiy. Russia’s Indigenous Peoples of the North: A Demographic Portrait at the Beginning of the Twenty-First Century
© 2014 The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development/ The World Bank 1818 H St., NW Executive Summary A popular saying holds that, “In Russia, everyone is indigenous.” Indeed, there is some truth to this statement, as most ethnic communities in today’s Russian state resided—ab origine — within its current territorial borders. Many of these communities … Читать далее 2014.06 Indigenous peoples of Russia. Country profile. World Bank publication