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International Association of Arctic Social Scientists
International Conference of Arctic Social Scientists
Fairbanks, Alaska May 2004

The SLiCA Research Team hosted a session at the ICASS V conference held in Fairbanks. Under the leadership of Heather Myers and Gerard Duhaime the SLiCA international team organized a session on the Survey of Living Conditions. The following presentations were made:

Part 1: Status of the SLICA Project in the Circumpolar North

Gérard Duhaime (Laval University) and Heather Tait (Statistics Canada): The Survey of Living Conditions in the Arctic: The Origins of the Project and the Canadian Situation

Jack Kruse (University of Alaska Anchorage) and Patricia Cochran (Alaska Native Science Commission): Survey of Living Conditions in the Arctic: Alaska and International Progress. Note: see Towards International Reports & Data Sharing which provided the basis for this presentation.

Larissa Abryutina (Russian Association of Indigenous Peoples of the North (RAIPON)): Survey of Living Conditions in the Arctic: Chukotka Progress

Kerrie Duncan (Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami) and Jaypeedee Arnakak (Nunvut Tungavik Incorporated): Partnerships and Relationships to Continue the Aboriginal Data Initiative in Canada

Part 2: Analyzing the Results of the SLICA Project

Birger Poppel and Thomas Andersen (both Statistics Greenland): Structural Settings and Individual Well-being

Heather Tait (Statistics Canada): Harvesting and Community Wellness among Inuit in the Canadian North-Initial Findings from the Survey of Living Conditions in the Arctic

Stephanie Martin: Survey of Living Conditions in the Arctic: Subsistence Participation and Wage Work

Virgene Hanna (University of Alaska Anchorage): SLiCA: Alaska Field Methods

 

Immediately following the ICASS Conference, Larissa Abryutina, Patricia Cochran, and Jack Kruse of the SLiCA team participated in a Partnering Workshop organized by Patty Gray of the University of Alaska Fairbanks “Partnering Between Researchers and Arctic Communities”. Eight teams brought their perspectives to the discussion.