Community based methods for sustainable development in the north

In this PhD course we would like to present, discuss and practice research methodologies, which are being used around the arctic and to co construct in a participatory approach the future scenarios of tomorrow research. 

After the course participants shall be able to:

  • Describe and discuss IASSA guidelines for all researchers working in the North from an indigenous research methodology and research ethics perspective.
  • Discuss how to address community concerns and gather data that will inform decision making and help better prepare their future.
  • Discuss how to engage indigenous people in the research processes much further.
  • Use the CBPR tool kit to build up and strengthen a research capacity among the arctic communities in collaboration with the Regional Governments and the Research Centers.

Registration is available at the link:

Course details

Academic level(s)PhD, Other
Language of instructionEnglish
InstitutionUmeå University
Begin date14.06.2017
End date14.06.2017
Registration deadline15.04.2017
ECTS credits0.0
Field schoolYes
Fields of studyBasic/broad, general programmes
Teaching placeUmeå University
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