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Stakeholders' workshop on February 20-21, 2014, Thule Room.

Fishing is the livelihood of many Arctic coastal communities in Northern Norway and Northern Russia. The workshop aims to bring together different groups of stakeholders who share common interests in the resources of the Arctic ocean. The stakeholders from Northern Norway and Northern Russia will discuss the ongoing changes in the marine environment of the Arctic Ocean and their relevance for the intricate relations between people, sea water and fish. Case studies from the Barents Sea, Kara Sea, Laptev Sea and White Sea will be represented.



Wenesday, February 19, 2014

10:00 – 16:00  Preparatory meeting

Stakeholders from Bugoynes and Kirkenes (Finnmark, Norway):
Elsa Ingila Haldorsen, Bugoynes Opplevelser
Astrid Daniloff, Sea Salmon Fishery Association in Finnmark County

Thursday, February 20, 2014

09:30 – 12:30 Session 1

Anna Stammler-Gossmann, Arctic Centre, University of Lapland
Welcome and opening remark.
Barents Sea. Changing Barents Sea: Fish – fishers -fishery
Astrid Daniloff, Sea Salmon Fishery Association in Finnmark County, Norway
Barents Sea. Coastal Sami and salmon fishing in the Varanger fjord
Translation support – Ari Laakso

12:30 –16:00                                                                                                                          
Indila Elsa Haldorsen, Bugoynes Opplevelser, Finnmark, Norway
Barents Sea. Bugoynes story: From ‚village for sale‘ to  prosperity. (New economic activities in the ‚Arctic bathing‘ tourism, King crab farm and traditional cod fishing)
Nina Meschtyb, Arctic Centre, Rovaniemi
Kara Sea. Coastal fishery in Yamal between subsistence and gas development.
Translation support – Nuccio Mazzullo tbc
16:00 –17:30 Exhibition Opening Reception
Exhibition by Anna Stammler-Gossmann
Barents stories: ‘How do we see the sea?

Friday, February 21, 2014

09:00 –15:30 Session 2
Markov Sergei. Kandalaksha Salmon farm,  Russia
White Sea: Establishing a salmon farm: Challenges and opportunities
Sergei Baramokhin, YASAVEY Nenets Indigenous Association, Indiga, Nenets Autonomous District, Russia
Barents Sea. Nenets fishery in the coastal village of Indiga
Translation support: Lukas Allemann
12:00 –13:00 Lunch
Florian Stammler, Arctic Centre, Rovaniemi
Laptev Sea. Arctic indigenous fishery in the Lena Delta between exploitation and identity.
Closing remark
Anna Stammler-Gossmann, Arctic Centre, Rovaniemi