Headline: Towards Arctic Research Upholding Indigenous Peoples’ Rights: Recommendations for ICARP IV, the International Conference on Arctic Research Planning

Key message: A decolonial approach is needed to fulfil IASC’s commitment to recognizing that Traditional Knowledge, Indigenous Knowledge and academic scientific knowledge are co-equal and complementary knowledge systems that all can and should inform its work (website ICARP IV, retrieved October 2023). This document summarizes key recommendations for actions regarding five themes:

  1. Indigenous Peoples’ right to self-determination as a prerequisite for high-quality Arctic research
  2. Ethics, methods and methodology as key for decolonial research
  3. Indigenous-led research in design and practice
  4. Indigenous Peoples’ co-equal participation in Arctic research funding structures and decision-making for securing decolonial Arctic research in practice
  5. Funding for Co-Creative and Indigenous-Led Arctic Research
Publikationsjahr
2023
Publikationstyp
Berichte
Zitation

Holmberg, A., Morin, E., Chahine, A., Döring, N., Dudeck, S., Fisher, C., Hermansen, N., Herrmann, T. M., Ikaarvik, Kramvig, B., Omma, E. M., Riedel, A., Saxinger, G., Scheepstra, A. J. M., & van der Schot, J.(2023). Towards Arctic Research Upholding Indigenous Peoples’ Rights: Recommendations for ICARP IV, the International Conference on Arctic Research Planning. Kárášjohka, Potsdam, Berlin: Saami Council, Research Institute for Sustainability – Helmholtz Centre Potsdam, Ecologic Institute.

DOI
10.25365/phaidra.459
Links
https://publications.rifs-potsdam.de/rest/items/item_6003391_5/component/file_6…
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