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Indigenous Governance in the Circumpolar Arctic (Foreign and Comparative Law Webinar Series)
The Foreign and Comparative Law Webinar Series of classes is designed to shed light on some of the foreign and comparative law issues currently being researched by the foreign law and international law experts at the Law Library of Congress.

In this entry in the series, Foreign Law Specialist, Michael Chalupovitsch, will provide an overview of Indigenous self-governance in the Arctic, with an emphasis on the experience of the Inuit of Canada. In this important geopolitical region, Indigenous political structures provide examples of consensus-based governments and co-management of natural resources in collaboration with national governments. The webinar will also touch on the experience of Alaska Natives, Greelandic Inuit, Sámi peoples of the Nordic countries, and the Chukotka people of Russia.

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Persons who attend ALL eleven programs in the 2023 Comparative and Foreign Law Webinars Course will be eligible to receive a certificate of completion electronically. The course is not accredited for CLE credit. For more information, contact lawresearch@loc.gov.

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Jan 26, 2023 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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