Sámi politics
Sámi politics refers to politics that concern the ethnic group called Sámis in Norway, Sweden, Finland and Russia. In a more narrow sense, it has come to indicate the government of Sámi affairs by Sám...
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Sami history
The Sámi people are the indigenous people of northern Europe inhabiting Sápmi, which today encompasses parts of northern Sweden, Norway, Finland and the Kola Peninsula of Russia. The traditional Sami ...
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Sami Parliament of Finland
The Sami Parliament of Finland (Finnish: Saamelaiskäräjät, Northern Sami: Sámediggi, Inari Sami: Sämitigge, Skolt Sami: Sää´mte´ǧǧ) is the representative body for...
Sami Parliament of Norway
25°29′45.62″E / 69.4706222°N 25.4960056°E / 69.4706222; 25.4960056The Sami Parliament of Norway (Norwegian: Sametinget, Northern Sami: Sámediggi, Lule Sami: Sámedi...
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Sami Parliament of Sweden
The Sami Parliament of Sweden (Sametinget in Swedish and Sámediggi in Northern Sami) is the representative body for people of Sami heritage in Sweden. It acts as an institution of cultural autonomy fo...
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Johan Mikkel Sara
Johan Mikkel Sara (born 1953) is a Sami politician. He represents Sami who are living in southern Norway at the Sami Parliament, where he was vice president from 2005 to 26 September 2007. Sara was on...
Association of Sámi in Murmansk Oblast
The Association of Sámi in Murmansk Oblast (abbrev. OOSMO, Russian: Общественная организация cаамов Мурманской области and Northern Sami: Murmanskka guovllu Sámesearvi) is an association found...
Norwegian Sami Association
The Norwegian Sami Association (Northern Sami: Norgga Sámiid Riikasearvi, Norwegian: Norske Samers Riksforbund), also known as NSR, is the largest Sámi organization in Norway. The association ...
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Lappmarken
Lappmarken was an earlier Swedish name for the northern part of the old Kingdom of Sweden specifically inhabited by the Sami people and Kvens. In addition to the present-day Swedish Lapland, it also c...
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Nordic Stone Age
The Nordic Stone Age refers to the Stone Age of Scandinavia.
As the ice receded, reindeer grazed on the plains of Denmark and southernmost Sweden, while along the coast of western Sweden, marine r...
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List of Chairpersons of the Sami Parliament of Sweden
This is a list of the chairpersons that the Sami Parliament of Sweden has had since its establishment on January 1, 1993:
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Árja
Árja (in northern Sami means commitment) is a Norwegian Sami political party. The party was founded on 24 May 2008 in Jergul, and its leader is Láilá Susanne Vars. The ideology of the party is claimed...
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Norwegianization
Norwegianization was the official government policy carried out by the Norwegian government against the Sami and later the Kven people of northern Norway to assimilate non-Norwegian-speaking native po...
Alta controversy
The Alta conflict or Alta controversy refers to a political controversy in Norway in the late 1970s and early 1980s concerning the construction of a hydroelectric power plant in the Alta river in Finn...
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Sajos
Sajos is a Sami cultural and administrative centre, located in Inari, Finland, which operates as a convention and event space. The building was completed in January 2012 and inaugurated in April 2012....
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Nordic Sámi Institute
The Nordic Sami Institute is a research institution located at Guovdageaidnu (Kautokeino) in Norway. It is affiliated to Sámi University College. The mission of the institute is to strengthen and deve...
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Norwegian Sami parliamentary election, 2005
The 2005 Sami parliamentary election was held in Norway on September 12, 2005. Voters elected 43 members for the Sami Parliament of Norway.
Norway was divided into 13 constituencies for the 2005 S...
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Anarâškielâ servi
Anarâškielâ servi (Inari Sámi Language Association) is a Sámi association from Inari, Finland. The association was founded in the auditorium of the Ivalo Hotel in Ivalo on December 4, 1986 by Veikko A...
Sami institutional symbols
Sámi institutional symbols are of relatively new origin, as the Sámi political institutions themselves are quite new. The symbols generally draw inspiration from old ornamental traditions such as duod...
List of Presidents of the Sami Parliament of Finland
List of Presidents of the Sami Parliament of Finland.This is a list of Presidents (Speakers) of the Sami Parliament of Finland since that body was established in 1996:
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Reidar Hirsti
Reidar Andreas Hirsti (14 March 1925 – 12 April 2001) was a Norwegian newspaper editor and politician for the Labour Party.He was born in Tana, and his first language was Sami. During his childhood he...
Dislocation of Sami people
The dislocation of Sami people was the ordered movement of 300–400 Sami people from Jukkasjärvi and Karesuando in the 1920s to 1940s.
This was outermost a result of political nature between Norway...
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Sami Church Council (Church of Norway)
The Sami Church Council (n.sa. Sámi girkoráđđi, l.sa. Sáme girkoráde, s.sa. Saemien gærhkoeraerie) is the organ of the Church of Norway responsible for Sami church life. It answers to the General Syno...
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