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: https://websurvey.textalk.se/start.php?ID=104159
|Academic level(s)||PhD, Other|
|Language of instruction||English|
|Fields of study||Basic/broad, general programmes|
|Teaching place||Umeå University|