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Workshop SOGIP/FDCIP 2014 : "Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples’ Rights : What knowledge, skills and languages for sustainable livelihoods ?- Tromsø, Norvège, 2-4 Avril 2014. - 4 avril 2014

Cette conférence internationale organisée conjointement par SOGIP et le Forum for Development Cooperation with Indigenous Peoples (Tromsø, Norvège) visait à présenter les enjeux que représentent les questions d’éducation pour les autochtones.

Présentation (anglais)

JPEG Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples’ Rights : What knowledge, skills and languages for sustainable livelihoods ?
Tromsø 2-4 April 2014

The project SOGIP – Scales of Governance : The UN, the States and Indigenous Peoples (Paris, France) and the Forum for Development Cooperation with Indigenous Peoples (FDCIP) (Tromsø, Norway) have jointly organized an international conference : Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples’ Rights : What knowledge, skills, and languages for sustainable livelihoods ? that explored the role education plays in Indigenous peoples’ efforts : to achieve political recognition ; to uphold their rights ; to continue to practice their culture and speak their own languages ; to maintain their specialized systems of knowledge and skills and to access economic resources necessary for survival.

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Photos by : Irène Bellier, Marion Dupuis, Bjørn Hatteng, Shadi Manasrah

ON THE WAY TO THE CONFERENCE

  • On the way to the conference, Photo : I. Bellier

DAY 1-THEME : REFLECTIONS ON INDIGENOUS EDUCATION-Wednesday 2 April 2014

The first day focused on defining the fundamental issues and questions around indigenous education. The keynote speaker introduced the issue from the global perspective of the global indigenous rights movement. The following three sessions delved deeper into the complex challenges of indigenous education, referring both to cross-cutting global issues and describing specific local cases as illustration.

OPENING

Marie-Theres Federhofer, vice dean : Opening address

Irène Bellier (SOGIP) and Torjer A. Olsen (FORUM)

Keynote speaker : Jannie Lasimbang, Leader of the Expert Mechanism of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (EMRIP) Study on Education (Malaysia) : “Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples’ Rights : Promoting and Protecting Indigenous Learning / Education systems”.

And the sami class at Presvatnet elementary school, Tromsø, Norway

  • Marie-Theres Federhofer, vice dean at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis
  • Irène Bellier (SOGIP) at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis
  • Torjer A. Olsen (FORUM) at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis
  • Keynote speaker : Jannie Lasimbang, Leader of the Expert Mechanism of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (EMRIP) Study on Education (Malaysia) dean at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : S. Manasrah
  • The sami class at Presvatnet elementary school, Tromsø, singing at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : I. Bellier
  • The sami class at Presvatnet elementary school, Tromsø, singing at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : S. Manasrah

ONLINE RESSOURCES

ONLINE REPORT : UN Human Rights Council, Study on lessons learned and challenges to achieve the implementation of the right of indigenous peoples to education : report of the Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, 31 August 2009, A/HRC/12/33

WEBSITE : Expert Mechanism of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (EMRIP) on the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights’s website

VIDEO : interview of Jannie Lasimbang by Shadi Manasrah

VIDEO : interview of Irène Bellier by Shadi Manasrah

SESSION 1 : ROUNDTABLE – ISSUES and CHALLENGES :
Defining the problem after the UNDRIP

Jens Dahl, IWGIA (Denmark)

Luis Enrique Lopez (Peru) : “The Rights of Indigenous Peoples and the Education of the Indigenous Population : Rhetoric vs. Reality”

Sheila Aikman, Senior Lecturer in Education and Development, School of International Development, University of East Anglia (UK) : “Challenging the Dominance of ‘Education as Schooling’”

Discussion with audience, Moderator : Jennifer Hays (SOGIP)

  • Sheila Aikman, Jannie Lasimbang, Jens Dahl and Luis Enrique Lopez at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : I. Bellier
  • Jennifer Hays (SOGIP) at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : I. Bellier
  • Sheila Aikman, Jens Dahl and Luis Enrique Lopez at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : I. Bellier
  • Sheila Aikman at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : I. Bellier
  • Sheila Aikman, Jens Dahl and Luis Enrique Lopez at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis
  • Jennifer Hays (SOGIP) at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis

ONLINE RESSOURCES

ONLINE REPORT : IWGIA, « Indigenous Peoples and Education », Indigenous Affairs 1/2005

WEBSITE : International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs (IWGIA)

WEBSITE : School of International Development, University of East Anglia (UK)

SESSION 2 : Indigenous experiences with education, and responses

Kuela Kiema (Botswana) : “Walking on a Tight Educational Rope : Personal Experiences from Meeting the State School system, and Reflections on Bokamoso Educational Trust”

Svein Lund, Editor of Sámi School History, Vol. 1-6 (Norway) : “Education for Sámi People in Four Countries. Some Preliminary Conclusions and Experiences from Attempts to Make a Common Research”

Tatiana Bulgakova, Herzen State Pedagogical University in St. Petersburg (Russia) : “The Role of Boarding Schools in the Transformation of Indigenous Culture in Siberia”

Moderator : Sidsel Saugestad (KURF, UiT)

  • Tatiana Bulgakova, Kuela Kiema and Svein Lund at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis
  • Sidsel Saugestad (KURF, UiT)at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis
  • Kuela Kiema at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : I. Bellier
  • Svein Lund and Tatiana Bulgakova at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis
  • Kuela Kiema at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis
  • Tatiana Bulgakova at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis
  • Svein Lund at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis

ONLINE RESSOURCES

WEBSITE : Bokamoso Education Trust

WEBSITE : Komparativ Urfolksforskning – KURF / Interdisciplinary Research Group on Comparative Indigeneity

WEBSITE : Sami school history project

POWERPOINT : Writing Sami School history – some results and experiences – lecture UiT-02.04.2014

SESSION 3 : How can teaching and learning be redefined ? Knowledge transmission strategies in contemporary indigenous communities

Ellen-Rose Kambel, Director of the Rutu Foundation for Intercultural Multilingual Education (Netherlands / Suriname) : “Resisting the One-Size-Fits-All Model of Learning in Suriname : Empowering the Teachers”

June Oscar and Kim Anderson, Marnininwarntikura Women’s Resource Centre in Fitzroy Crossing (Australia) : “Teaching, Understanding and Connection : Indigenous Education in Australia”

Serena Heckler, UNESCO (France) : “Community Approaches to Indigenous Education : A UNESCO LINKS Project with the Mayangna People of Nicaragua”

Moderator : Rowena Dickins-Morrison (SOGIP)

  • Kim Anderson, June Oscar, Serena Heckler, Ellen-Rose Kambel and Rowena Dickins-Morrison (SOGIP) at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : I. Bellier
  • Serena Heckler, Rowena Dickins-Morrison (SOGIP), June Oscar and Kim Anderson at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : I. Bellier
  •  : Rowena Dickins-Morrison (SOGIP) and Ellen-Rose Kambel at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis
  • June Oscar and Kim Anderson at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis
  • June Oscar at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis
  • Kim Anderson at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis
  • Serena Heckler at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : I. Bellier

ONLINE RESSOURCES

WEBSITE : Rutu Foundation for Intercultural Multilingual Education

WEBSITE : UNESCO and Indigenous Peoples : Partnership for Cultural Diversity

ONLINE REPORT : UNESCO,Learning and knowing in indigenous societies today, Edited by P. Bates, M. Chiba, S. Kube & D. Nakashima, 2009.

VIDEO : interview of Serena Heckler by Shadi Manasrah

RECEPTION : At Árdna, the Sami cultural building at the UiT Campus

  • Kim Anderson, Else Grete Broderstad and June Oscar at the reception. Photo ; S. Manasrah

DAY 2-THEME : EDUCATIONAL MODELS - IDEALS IN PRACTICE-Thursday 3 April 2014

The focus of this day was tp present various models that seek to address the educational problems that indigenous individuals and communities face. There are many different approaches, with different priorities, and many different ‘stakeholders’ (indigenous communities and individuals, local / international NGOs / development organizations, states, donors) involved. The cases presented explored relations between these various actors, and provided examples of how the issues discussed on day one is playing out in various settings. What kind of development cooperation is needed to support indigenous education efforts ?

SESSION 1 : Language issues in indigenous education

Isabelle Leglise and Valelia Muni Toke (France) : “Multilingualism Everywhere : “Linguistic Rights” Nowhere ? Education and Monolingual Ideology in French Guyana, in a comparison with Wallis, South Pacific”

Jacques Vernaudon, Université de la Polynésie Française (France – via SKYPE) : “Teaching Oceanic Languages in New Caledonia and French Polynesia : Political Intentions and Pedagogic Practice”

Biret Anné Bals Baal and Trond Trosterud, University of Tromsø (Norway) : “Creating Successful Second Language Users : Presenting a Different Philosophy”

Moderator : Velina Ninkova (KURF, UiT)

  • Isabelle Leglise and Valelia Muni Toke at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : I. Bellier
  • Jacques Vernaudon Isabelle Leglise and Valelia Muni Toke at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : I. Bellier
  • Jacques Vernaudon Isabelle Leglise and Valelia Muni Toke at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : I. Bellier
  • Isabelle Leglise at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : I. Bellier
  • Isabelle Leglise and Valelia Muni Toke at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : I. Bellier
  • Trond Trosterud at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : I. Bellier
  • Velina Ninkova (KURF, UiT) at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis
  • Trond Trosterud at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis

ONLINE RESSOURCES

WEBSITE : Centre d’Etudes des Langues Indigènes d’Amérique (CELIA)

WEBSITE : Sami Giellatekno / The Saami language technology pages

SESSION 2 : Formal education : introducing indigenous friendly education (primary and secondary).

Pedro Moye Noza, Indigenous Confederation of Bolivia (CIDOB) (Bolivia) : “For an Indigenous Education of the Lowlands of Bolivia”.

Jorge Quilaqueo (Chile) : “A Look at the Reality of Formal Education in a Multicultural Mapuche Context in Chile”

Vuokko Hirvonen, Sámi University College / University of Tromsø (Norway) : “Indigenous Friendly Education in Sápmi”

Kajsa Kemi Gjerpe, University of Tromsø (Norway) : “The Representation of Sámi Culture and Language in Norwegian Curricula – from 1939 to 2006″

Moderator : Leslie Cloud (SOGIP)

ONLINE RESSOURCES

WEBSITE : Confederation of Indigenous Peoples of Bolivia (CIDOB)

WEBSITE : Sámi University College

  • Pedro Moye Noza at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : I. Bellier
  • Pedro Moye Noza at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : I. Bellier
  • Pedro Moye Noza at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis
  • Pedro Moye Noza at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis
  • Jorge Quilaqueo at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis
  • Jorge Quilaqueo at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis
  • Vuokko Hirvonen at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : I. Bellier
  • Kajsa Kemi Gjerpe at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : I. Bellier
  • Vuokko Hirvonen at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis
  • Kajsa Kemi Gjerpe at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis
  • Irène Bellier and Pedro Moye Noza at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : Photo : B. Hatteng
  • Leslie Cloud at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : I. Bellier

SESSION 3 : Alternative education projects of indigenous communities / peoples

Silvia Macedo, Federal University of Sao Paulo – UNIFESP (Brazil) : “”We Go to School to Know More.” Exploring Indigenous Education Initiatives of the Wajãpi Indians in the Brazilian Amazon”.

Tsemkgao (Fanie) Cwi, Nyae Nyae Village Schools Teacher (Namibia) and Bruce Parcher, NAMAS (Namibia) : “The Nyae Nyae Village Schools – Progress and Challenges for Indigenous Education in Namibia”

Live Bjørge, SAIH (Norway) : “Education for Liberation, SAIH’s Support to Indigenous Peoples’ Education in Latin America”

Moderator : Irene Bellier (SOGIP)

  • Live Bjørge, Silvia Macedo, Bruce Parcher and Irène Bellier at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis
  • Irène Bellier (SOGIP) at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis
  • Silvia Macedo at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis
  • Silvia Macedo at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis
  • Bruce Parcher at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis
  • Live Bjørge at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis
  • Live Bjørge at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis
  • Irène Bellier (SOGIP) at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : B. Hatteng

ONLINE RESSOURCES

WEBSITE : SAIH-Norwegian Students’ and Academics’ International Assistance Fund

Poster presentation by students on the Master’s of Indigenous Studies program / Computer station with Trond Trosterud

  • Poster presentation by students on the Master's of Indigenous Studies program
  • Poster presentation by students on the Master's of Indigenous Studies program
  • Poster presentation by students on the Master's of Indigenous Studies program
  • Poster presentation by students on the Master's of Indigenous Studies program
  • Poster presentation by students on the Master's of Indigenous Studies program
  • Poster presentation by students on the Master's of Indigenous Studies program
  • Poster presentation by students on the Master's of Indigenous Studies program
  • Poster presentation by students on the Master's of Indigenous Studies program
  • Poster presentation by students on the Master's of Indigenous Studies program

ONLINE RESSOURCES

WEBSITE : The Master’s of Indigenous Studies program-UiT

INTERACTIVE MAP : students of the Master’s of Indigenous Studies program and their research subjets


View Master in Indigenous Studies in a larger map

Conference dinner : At Grand Rica Hotel

DAY 3-THEME : EDUCATION AS THE "KEY TO THE FUTURE"-BUT WHAT FUTURE ?-Friday 4 April 2014

The focus of this day was on how to move forward, considering the issues presented on the first day, and the practical cases and efforts described on day two. Beginning with a panel on higher education and indigenous peoples, links were made between the broader questions of what education means for indigenous peoples, the practical challenges of addressing indigenous education needs, and broader social, political, environmental, economic and cultural consideration – and what this means for development cooperation with indigenous peoples.

SESSION 1 : ROUNDTABLE – Indigenous peoples and higher education

Asta Mitkijá Balto, Sámi University College (Norway) : “Native Language as Medium in Higher Education – Language and Cultural Revitalization in Hawai’i and Sápmi”

Bjørg Evjen, SESAM, University of Tromsø (Norway) : “Masters of Indigenous Studies, University of Tromsø, Norway”

Alta Blandford, URACCAN – The University of the Autonomous Regions of the Nicaraguan Caribbean Coast (Nicaragua)

Sidsel Saugestad, University of Tromsø (Norway) : “North-South Collaboration with the San Research Centre, University of Botswana”

Moderator : Bjørg Evjen (SESAM, UiT)

  • Bjørg Evjen and Asta Mitkijá Balto at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : I. Bellier
  • Alta Blandford at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : I. Bellier
  • Sidsel Saugestad at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : I. Bellier
  • Asta Mitkijá Balto and Bjørg Evjen at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis
  • Asta Mitkijá Balto at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis
  • Asta Mitkijá Balto at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis
  • Bjørg Evjen at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis
  • Alta Blandford at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis
  • Sidsel Saugestad at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis
  • Sidsel Saugestad at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis

WEBSITE : Centre for Sami Studies

WEBSITE : San research Centre/University of Botswana

WEBSITE : University of the Autonomous Regions of the Nicaraguan Caribbean Coast

SESSION 2 : Perspectives on development cooperation with Indigenous Peoples’ education project

Vidar Wie Østlie, NAMAS (Norway) : “Education for What ? Norwegian Development Assistance and Indigenous Education in Namibia”

Emilie Ørneseidet, SAIH (Norway)

Lorelou Desjardins, Rainforest Foundation (Norway)

Eva Marion Johannessen (Norway)

Moderator : Torjer Olsen (SESAM, UiT)

  • Torjer Olsen and Vidar Wie Østlie at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : I. Bellier
  • Vidar Wie Østlie and Torjer Olsen at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : I. Bellier
  • Eva Marion Johannessen, Lorelou Desjardins, Emilie Ørneseidet and Vidar Wie Østlie at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : I. Bellier
  • Lorelou Desjardins at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : I. Bellier
  • Eva Marion Johannessen at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : I. Bellier
  • Vidar Wie Østlie and Shadi Manasrah at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis
  • Emilie Ørneseidet at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo M. Dupuis
  • Lorelou Desjardins at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis
  • Eva Marion Johannessen at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis

ONLINE RESSOURCES

WEBSITE : Rainforest Foundation Norway

ONLINE REPORT : Eva Marion Johannessen, « Schools in the rainforest-Innovative indigenous education in the Amazon » - Rainforest Foundation Norway 2009

SESSION 3 : Education in the bigger picture : Education for Self Determination

Laura Junka-Aikio (Finland) : “Deconstruction, “Truth”, and the Politics of Postmodernity : Indigenous Education and the Debate on Who is a Sámi in Finland”

Marie Salaün, Université de Nantes (France) : “Postcolonial Education Ideologies and Self-Determination : Is “Indigenous Sovereignty” an Oxymoron”

Karl Kristian Olsen, Head of Department of Education and Research at the Ministry of Education, Culture, Church and Gender Equality (Greenland) : “Reforms in Education in Greenland”

Moderator : Veronica Gonzalez (SOGIP)

  • Laura Junka-Aikio, Marie Salaün, Karl Kristian Olsen and Veronica Gonzalez (SOGIP) at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis
  • Veronica Gonzalez (SOGIP) at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : I. Bellier
  • Laura Junka-Aikio at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : I. Bellier
  •  : Karl Kristian Olsen at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : I. Bellier
  • Marie Salaün at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis
  • Laura Junka-Aikio at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis
  • Karl Kristian Olsen at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis

ONLINE RESSOURCES

WEBSITE : Centre de Recherches en Education de Nantes (CREN)

Comments on Education and Indigenous Rights

Silje Muotka, Sámi Parliament (Norway) and Torgeir Knag Fylkesnes, Socialist Left Party (Norway)

Moderator : Else Grete Broderstad (Center of Sami Studies U. Tromso)

  • Torgeir Knag Fylkesnes, Silje Muotka and Else Grete Broderstad at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : I. Bellier
  • Else Grete Broderstad at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : I. Bellier
  • Torgeir Knag Fylkesnes at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : I. Bellier
  • Silje Muotka and Else Grete Broderstad at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis
  • Silje Muotka at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis
  • Silje Muotka at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis
  • Torgeir Knag Fylkesnes at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis
  • Torgeir Knag Fylkesnes at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis
  • Torgeir Knag Fylkesnes, Silje Muotka and Else Grete Broderstad at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis

Wrap up of the conference and concluding remarks

Jennifer Hays (SOGIP), Irène Bellier (SOGIP) and Torjer Olsen (FORUM)

  • Jennifer Hays and Torjer Olsen at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : I. Bellier
  • Irene Bellier, Torjer Olsen and Jennifer Hays at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis
  •  : Irene Bellier, Torjer Olsen and Jennifer Hays at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis
  • Jorge Quilaqueo, Else Grete Broderstad and Irène Bellier at the conference « Education, Learning and Indigenous Peoples' Rights », Tromsø, Norway, SOGIP/FDCIP 2014. Photo : M. Dupuis

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WEBSITE : Samediggi/Sami parliament Norway

CITY OF TROMSO

  • Tromsø, Norway, Photo : M. Dupuis
  • Tromsø, Norway, Photo : M. Dupuis
  • Tromsø, Norway, Photo : M. Dupuis
  • Tromsø, Norway, Photo : M. Dupuis
  • Tromsø, Norway, Photo : M. Dupuis
  • Tromsø, Norway, Photo : M. Dupuis

Organizers :

The Forum for Development Cooperation with Indigenous Peoples is a meeting place for researchers, development workers and Sámi organizations engaged in cooperation with indigenous peoples on a global level. By initiating important debates about policies and practice, the Forum seeks to improve the quality of Norway’s development co-operation with indigenous peoples globally. The Forum has arranged annual conferences since year 2000.

The project SOGIP (Scales of Governance : The UN, the States and Indigenous Peoples), funded by the European Research Council (ERC 249236), conducts a comparative study on the implementation of the Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and other indigenous rights mechanisms in several countries on five continents. The SOGIP workshop series consists of four conferences on various aspects of indigenous rights. The Tromsø meeting will be the third one in this series.

Supporting partner :

The research group Komparative Urfolksforskning – Research Group on Comparative Indigeneity (KURF) is an interdisciplinary research group at the University of Tromsø whose main goal is to provide a forum for scholars, students, and community members with interest in indigenous peoples to engage in a productive academic dialogue, and share research ideas and findings.

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