Indigenous Youth, Food Knowledge and Arctic Change (EALLU) II

Developing a sustainable and resilient reindeer husbandry in the Arctic in face of climate change and globalisation, working towards a vision of creating a better life for circumpolar reindeer herders.

Main activities

  1. Documents, systematizes, makes use of and respects the Traditional and Indigenous Knowledge (TIK) of food cultures of Arctic Indigenous/reindeer herding peoples, including the original circular aspects of their traditional economies
  2. Work towards knowledge building and experience exchange in and between local Indigenous/reindeer herding societies in the Arctic, focusing on food culture and youth
  3. Share information and experience through and
  4. Conduct seminars and place-based workshops, local capacity building, summer/ winter schools, networking, as well as co-production of project outputs by youth themselves
Evenki reindeer herder is making traditional Evenki bread – tupa. Neryungri District, Republic of Sakha (Yakutia), Russia. Credit: Yuri Kokovin

EALLU and Arctic Indigenous Peoples´ Food Systems

The Role of Traditional Knowledge for Sustainable Development
10 May 2021

Stepping up youth engagement in the Arctic Council

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