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SLiCA: Arctic living conditions

Living conditions and quality of life among Inuit, Saami and indigenous peoples of Chukotka and the Kola Peninsula

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Arctic Social Indicators II (ASI-II) is a follow-up activity to ASI-I (2010) and the first Arctic Human Development Report (AHDR, 2004). The objective of ASI (2010) was to develop a small set of Arctic specific social indicators that as a collective would help facilitate the tracking and monitoring of change in human development in the Arctic. ASI indicators were developed for six domains that are considered prominent aspects of human development in the Arctic by residents in the Arctic: Health and Population; Material Wellbeing; Education; Cultural Wellbeing; Contact with Nature; and Fate Control.

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Introduction to SLiCA

Survey of Living Conditions in the Arctic: Inuit, Saami and the Indigenous Peoples of Chukotka and the Kola Peninsula – From Research Question to Knowledge: Why? What? How? & Some Main Results Inuit, Saami and the indigenous peoples of Chukotka and the Kola Peninsula have lived and survived in the Arctic through millennia as hunters, fishermen and herders. Rapid social change has characterized the livelihood and living conditions of the indigenous peoples of the Arctic for the last decades and not least since World War II.

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