Research project The project focuses on the fact that the agenda that is presented from the government to the Sami Parliament in Sweden, far from always has clear definitions and frames. Here the cultural domain within indigenous politics is highlighted.
The Final Report of the governmental Indigenous Delegation (March 2005)states that Swedish Sami politics has changed a lot uring the last ten years. An increased Sami self-determination has been introduced, which also means a greater responsibility. There is a need for more accurate definitions and terminology, in order to improve the work thar relates to Sami culture. The project creates possibilities for at long-trm planning and development. Moreover, it rveals the relation between needs and resources, and is concerned with the differences between Sweden, Norway and Finland.
Finansår , 2005, 2006
huvudman: CeSam, finansiar: Sametingets Kulturråd, y2005: 273, y2006: 285,
huvudman: CeSam, finansiar: Statens Kulturråd, y2005: 100, y2006: 100,