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Anxious North: Indigenous Peoples in Soviet and Post-Soviet Russia. Selected Documents, Letters, and Articles.

Publisher: IWGIA
Author: Compiled and edited by Alexander Pika, Jens Dahl and Inge Larsen
Number of pages: 291
Publication language: English
Country publication is about: Russia, Rusia
Region publication is about: Arctic, Ártico
Release year: 1996

Tags: Global governance, Human rights

This book contains a compilation of texts about the Small Indigenous Peoples of the Russian North and Far East. The Selected documents, letters and articles concerning the numerically small peoples of the North and their association (Now: RAIPON) were compiled by Alexander Pika, scientist and prominent participant in the movement for the rights of the indigenous peoples that started in the late 1980s.

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