Arctic Voices: Participation in Extractive Industries

This lecture of approximately 2 hours explores the participation of Indigenous Peoples in extractive industry decision-making. It begins with a historic explanation for Indigenous Rights qua peoples before examining the barriers to effective participation and some proposals to improve participation. The main case study is Greenland but the lecture is based on the recent anthology with case studies from a number of jurisdictions: Regulation of Extractive Industries: Community Engagement in the Arctic,.
Institution/Organization University of Akureyri
Resource type Video Lecture/Webinar
Language English
Field of Study Sociology and cultural studies
Content Owner/Rights Holder Rachael Lorna Johnstone, University of Akureyri
Copyright/Licencing Information Please acknowledge author, Rachael Lorna Johnstone, and reference to book.
Keywords Indigneous Peoplesextractive industriespublic participationArcticCSRhuman rights law
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