A new poster has come

A revision of the poster of our art and academic event has come. It looks more simple and beautiful than the former. Thank you, Tomas Colbengtson, for your immediate response to my request as usual.

Looking for subscriptions and interpreters

On 14 May, the Hokkaido Shimbun Press reported the following article: first, we, the organising committee of the International Conference on Policy towards Indigenous Peoples, have received so far more abstracts than expected from 11 countries; second, the number of international participants in the two-day Indigenous workshop/art exhibition and the three-day academic conference is likely to …

A fifth key area added!

This conference aims to assess the existing policies towards Indigenous peoples at local, regional, and global levels based on scientific findings by focusing on the following key areas: 1. Redress for historical injustices imposed on Indigenous peoples and their struggle for Indigenous rights 2. Exploitation of natural resources by external powers in Indigenous communities and …

The deadline for abstracts extended

There are signs that a measurable number of researchers are still preparing their abstracts for our academic conference. In order to get those abstracts, we decided to extend the deadline for abstracts to 15 June. We are also pleased to encourage those who missed a chance to submit their abstracts to try again.  

A new poster created by Tomas Colbengtson

Tomas Colbengtson, who is responsible for the Indigenous Workshop/Art Exhibition as the art director, created a poster for our international academic and art event. The Academic Conference on Indigenous Policy aims to assess the existing policies towards Indigenous peoples at local, regional, and global levels based on scientific findings with a view towards decolonizing those policies. …

Cemipos Facebook set up

CEMiPoS set up a new facebook for encouraging people concerned, including researchers, artists, activists, Indigenous peoples, decision makers and so forth, to participate in the International Conference on Policy towards Indigenous Peoples (ICoPIP). Please check updated information on the ICoPIP on demand at the following website: https://www.facebook.com/Cemipos-1875546689394951/ A view from the top of Mt. Moiwa …

Art exhibition and workshop among Sami, Ainu and Greenlandic Inuit artists are planned

Tomas Colbengtson (http://colbengtson.com/), member of the organising committee of the International Conference on Policy towards Indigenous Peoples (ICoPIP), has just started encouraging Sami, Ainu and Greenlandic Inuit Artists to participate in the art exhibition/workshop on 30 November and 1 December. He had preliminary discussions on this idea with the core members of the Ainu Women's …