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SJIT HELVEDES KÅKEN

Sjåbakkenhuset – better known as Sjit helvedes kåken: “The Shit Hell Shack” – will be open to the public throughout…

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Seminar: The tougher the weather, the tougher the man

From the traditional Sami male role, it is expected that the man contributes to the family's livelihood, and that he…

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Seminar: The war's impact on Indigenous peoples of Russia

Russia’s military attack on Ukraine has significantly impacted the life of Indigenous Peoples in Russia. One of the…

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Half-day conference for the industry

SIGN UP  Riddu Riđđu invites you to a half-day conference on how the cultural industry can elevate indigenous…

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Lávvosáhka: You won’t make me shut up

How do we talk about sexual abuse and unwanted sexual attention in Sápmi? Everyone knows someone in their close family…

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Lávvosáhka: The women at the frontlines

This year, the controversial Fosen case has really affected the Sami community and the national news scene. It was the…

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Seminar: why does the heart language hurt so much?

The Sámi language sparks conversations whether you know it or not. Most Sámi people do not master the language of the…

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Seminar: What is responsible filmmaking?

Sámi myths and stories represent a treasure trove of inspiration for aspiring filmmakers and innovative storytellers.…

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Excursion to the shore

We meet on the shore to pick up marine waste, talk about the Sea Sámi's close ties to the sea, and look at what…

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Lávvosáhka: Is art our strongest weapon?

It is often said that art is our weapon in Sámi society. Art has the power to move something in an audience that might…

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UiT-seminar: The will to reconciliation must be shown in action

"The will to reconciliation must be shown in action. Here, those in positions of power have a special responsibility,…

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Lávvosáhka: Is Sámi religion a relic of the past?

There is a well-known expression that says that in order to oppress a people you must first destroy their spiritual…

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Meet the author: Fredrik Prost

In early 2023, Sami author, duojár and artist Fredrik Prost launched the book Leŋges hearggi, Sáhčal fatna (Ready the…

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Seminar: Is this the truth?

What injustice has been committed against the Sami, Kven, Norwegian Finns and Forest Finns? The Truth and…

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Parent-teacher conference with Troms and Finnmark County Municipality

Troms and Finnmark County Municipality invites you to a Sámi parents' meeting on Riddu Siida. We exchange experiences…

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Seminar: What is the next breakthrough for the rights to land and water?

There are many battles for the right to land and water in Sápmi - in Repparfjord, Gállok, in Fovsen on Øyfjellet and…

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Seminar: Safe(r) spaces for LGBTQIA2s+-sámis

LGBTQIA2s+-Sámis are a minority in the minority, and many experience double discrimination. Queer Sámis have become…

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Seminar: Sápmi at the world's largest art exhibition - what now?

The Sámi Pavilion at the Venice Biennale is a milestone in visibility for Sámi art in the world. What are we left with…

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UiT-seminar: a Sámi teacher crisis?

Sámi languages ​​are on UNESCO's endangered list. This applies to Lule Sámi, South Sámi and Northern Sámi. One of the…

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A Conversation with Young Artist of the Year

Join Márjá Karlsen, Riddu Riđđu’s Young Artist of the Year, in a conversation about her creative practice. This is an…

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The Nordlys seminar: Hate speech against the Sámi people

Two out of five young Sámis experience hate speech several times a year. There are regular stories of harassment and…

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UIT seminar: “Wind power in Sámi areas” + The Árdna Award

Árdna Award: The best master's thesis of the year with an Indigenous theme (Duration ca.15 minutes) UiT and the Center…

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In conversation: Young Artists of the Year

Meet Young Artists of the Year, Gáddjá og Biret Haarla, in conversation about their artistry. The conversation is led…

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Sámi Parliament election 2021

The election debate on the Sámi Parliamentary election focuses on how the Sámi Parliament affects your everyday life,…

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Nordlys seminar: From ugly debate to future-oriented collaboration

Why did the debate get so ugly in Tromsø in 2011 when the proposal to make the municipality part of the Sámi language…

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Conversation with the young artist of the year: Emil Karlsen

Emil Karlsen is Riddu Riđđu's young artist in 2019. Emil is 21 years old, Seasami and raised in Omasvuona suohkan (…

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Q & A with Indigenous filmmakers

The Indigenous filmmakers Marja Bål Nango, Ingir Nango, Elle Márjá Eira & Mai-Lis Eira, Elle Sofe Sara and…

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UIT seminar: Salmon: Sami traditions and cross-border management on the Tana river

The relationship between national salmon regulations and Sámi salmon fishery traditions, which includes traditional…

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Award: The best master thesis on indigenous issues

In 2019, UiT and The Centre for Sami Studies will for the second time honor with an award the best master thesis…

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Seminar: Indigenous activism

Standing Rock received a lot of attention when the battle against "the Black Snake" took shape in a resistance camp…

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Nordlys Seminar: The battle for minerals

  Nussir ASA has gained operation license and discharge permit for a copper mine with seafill in Repparfjorden. The…

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Seminar: The Truth and Reconciliation Commission

The Truth and Reconciliation Commission was passed by the Parliament in 2018 and is set to examine assimilation policy…

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Seminar: The Truth and Reconciliation Commission

The Truth and Reconciliation Commission was passed by the Norwegian Parliament in 2018 and is set to examine the…

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Indigenous music: Traditional and commercial music?

  Where do we draw the line when modernizing indigenous cultural expressions and who decides? Are there no…

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Conference: Arctic Voices in Art and Literature in Nineteenth-Century

This conference focuses on the peak of Euro-American imperialism in the Western Arctic between about 1789 and 1914. By…

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Conference: Arctic Voices in Art and Literature

This conference focuses on the peak of Euro-American imperialism in the Western Arctic between about 1789 and 1914. By…

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Conference: Arctic Voices in Art and Literature

This conference focuses on the peak of Euro-American imperialism in the Western Arctic between about 1789 and 1914. By…

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Paneldiscussion: FOUR COUNTRIES - TWO SPIRITS

In this event we will discuss living queer lives and queer activism in Sápmi. Discussants will be Dávvet Bruun-Solbakk…

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Standing Rock – can we reach out?

How can indigenous people rise against exploitation by using activism and social media? The Standing Rock – movement is…

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UIT seminar:Health and wellbeing in the Arctic

Understanding culture to understand health in indigenous population.   How are traditional values included and taken…

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UIT seminar:Reindeer husbandry in Alaska

From the late 1800s until about 1940, Sami and Kven left Norway to establish reindeer husbandry in Alaska. They were…

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Nordlysseminar: Why are the Sami silent?

«Why are the Sami silent?»,  Anne Lene Turi Dimpas asks in an article in Nordlys, North-Norwegian Debate. She’s…

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OBSIDIAN GAZE- PANELSAMTALE

Panel conversation with artists from the exhibition Obsidian gaze that addresses indigenous identity and artistic…

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PARTNERS IN POETRY

Mimie Märak, Niillas Holmberg and Sarakka Gaup are young Sámi writers from three different countries with three…

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CULTURAL APPROPRIATION

Indigenous culture is used commercially worldwide - also in Sápmi, but rarely or never with indigenous consent. What…

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UIT seminar: Indigenous knowledge from UiT

What is the state of the art in indigenous studies? UiT The Arctic University of Norway presents a selection of master…

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Seminar: The Stitch Project

The Stitch Project was started at Riddu Riđđu in 2012 when seven artists from Brazil, Iceland, Pales- tine, Sweden and…

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UiT-seminar:Hunting in indigenous communities

How are traditional values transferred in different hunting cultures? UiT The Arctic University of Norway shines a…

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THE LYNGEN HORSE´S HISTORY AND SURVIVAL

The Lyng horse is one of three Nor- wegian horse breeds and it is an endangered species. Veterinary Geirmund Vik has…

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THE NORDLYSSEMINAR

In 2015 a research study showed that sami women are more vulnerable to violence and sexual abuse than other women. From…

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