Lifestyle, social and economic status of indigenous peoples
The numerically small indigenous populations of the Russian Federation (hereafter referred to as Indigenous Peoples) are those residing in the areas of the traditional settlements of their forefathers, preserving their traditional lifestyle, economy and trades, who perceive themselves as an independent ethnic entity, and whose population in the Russian Federation does not exceed 50000. The Common Register of the Indigenous Peoples of the Russian Federation is approved by the Government of the Russian Federation based on information provided by the authorities of the administrative territories of the Russian Federation where the indigenous populations reside.
807: Persistent Toxic Substances, Food Security, and Indigenous Peoples of the Russian North
11 Aug 2014
Lifestyle, social and economic status of indigenous peoples.pdf