NouCONFERENCE LOGOs sommes plusieurs à être présents de l’OHMI Nunavik au colloque Inuit Studies à St Johns Labrador qui a lieu du 7 au 10 octobre.

Les présentations de nos collègues sont les suivantes :


  1. André Ravel – The Inuit and their dogs in Nunavik and Nunavut today: An interdisciplinary perspective.
  2. Sylvie Blangy – Responsible research: addressing community concerns in a holistic approach. Building bridges between academics for improving the well;-being of Inuit communitie.
  3. Annie Lamalice – Nordic agriculture. Can community and participatory horticulture projects contribute to the development of a new sustainable food system in Nunavik?
  4. José Gérin-Lajoie, Hilda Snowball and Vanita Weeta lttuk, and Tim Anavipik-Soucie – A collaborative bio-monitoring of the George River water quality as an empowerment tool in Kangiqsualujjuaq.
  5. Étienne Le Merre – The Forum on environmental impacts of Raglan mine:a new type of participatory approach toward co-governance.
  6. Armelle Decaulne – Slope dynamics in the Tursujuq National Park: nowadays hazards and risk.