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The indigenous population of Russia

By on Jun 20, 2018 in Blog |

Russia is a vast country covering a massive geographical area, from east to west it covers 11 time-zones and is the largest country in the world. It is only natural that a great different number of indigenous people found home within its international borders. The population of Russia is 147 million, which makes it the 9th largest populated country in the world. Of...

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Indigenous Peoples of the World Today – Part 2

By on Jun 17, 2018 in Blog |

In part one of our blog we saw how indigenous people are so important to the world that we live in. They are the guardians of a great proportion of the Earth’s remaining biodiversity and the key to us all understanding how to live in harmony with the environment we exist. Indigenous people hold the key to climate control, their heritage is all about looking after...

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Indigenous populations in a multi-cultural society – the UK

By on Jun 7, 2018 in Blog |

The definition of indigenous population is the population that has been residing in a region for a period of time. What isn’t clear is how long that period needs to be. In times when people are more sensitive than ever to people migrating in and out of areas, it is interesting to look at a country which has experienced so many different patterns of migration, that...

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