Indigenous small-numbered peoples of the North, Siberia and the Far East

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The indigenous small-numbered peoples of the North, Siberia and the Far East (Russian: коренные малочисленные народы Севера, Сибири и Дальнего Востока) is a Russian census classification of indigenous peoples, assigned to groups with fewer than 50,000 members, living in the Russian Far North, Siberia or Russian Far East.wikipedia
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Lists of indigenous peoples of Russia

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The indigenous small-numbered peoples of the North, Siberia and the Far East (Russian: коренные малочисленные народы Севера, Сибири и Дальнего Востока) is a Russian census classification of indigenous peoples, assigned to groups with fewer than 50,000 members, living in the Russian Far North, Siberia or Russian Far East.

Chuvans

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Chuvans are one of the forty or so "Indigenous small-numbered peoples of the North, Siberia and the Far East" recognized by the Russian government.

Evenks

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In Russia, the Evenks are recognised as one of the indigenous peoples of the Russian North, with a population of 38,396 (2010 census).

Far North (Russia)

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The indigenous small-numbered peoples of the North, Siberia and the Far East (Russian: коренные малочисленные народы Севера, Сибири и Дальнего Востока) is a Russian census classification of indigenous peoples, assigned to groups with fewer than 50,000 members, living in the Russian Far North, Siberia or Russian Far East.

Nganasan people

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The Nganasans (Nganasan: ӈәнә"са ŋənəhsa(nəh), ня ńæh) are an indigenous Samoyedic people inhabiting the Taymyr Peninsula in north Siberia. In the Russian Federation, they are recognized as one of the indigenous peoples of the Russian North. They reside primarily in the settlements of Ust-Avam, Volochanka, and Novaya in the Taymyrsky Dolgano-Nenetsky District of Krasnoyarsk Krai, with smaller populations residing in the towns of Dudinka and Norilsk as well.

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In the opinion of ZumBrunnen, Since the inception of Stalin's forced industrialization campaigns in the 1930s, these extensive, remote, resource-rich regions have been targeted for industrial development, mineral and energy resource extraction and processing which have had particularly disruptive and contaminating effects ... not only did Soviet development plans favor industrialization over traditional forms of economic activities, but all too often these industrial developments have been in conflict with traditional indigenous economic activities, such as reindeer herding, fishing, fur harvesting, and self-sufficient forms of agriculture, domestic animal husbandry, and logging, all of which require healthy ecosystems." Many of these issues of environmental degradation and indigenous dispossession have arguably continued from Soviet times into the present day. As described by one observer in 1991, "In the majority of regions inhabited by [the numerically Small Peoples of the North] the ecological situation has sharply intensified, the systematic destruction of established norms and rules of natural resource use has been allowed (O dopolnitel'nykh 1991)."

Soyot

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In 2000 the Soyot succeeded in restoring their name and identity as one of the officially recognized Indigenous small-numbered peoples of the North, Siberia and the Far East by decree of the Russian Government.

Siberia

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The indigenous small-numbered peoples of the North, Siberia and the Far East (Russian: коренные малочисленные народы Севера, Сибири и Дальнего Востока) is a Russian census classification of indigenous peoples, assigned to groups with fewer than 50,000 members, living in the Russian Far North, Siberia or Russian Far East.

Russian Far East

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The indigenous small-numbered peoples of the North, Siberia and the Far East (Russian: коренные малочисленные народы Севера, Сибири и Дальнего Востока) is a Russian census classification of indigenous peoples, assigned to groups with fewer than 50,000 members, living in the Russian Far North, Siberia or Russian Far East.

Izhma Komi

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The Komi-Izhemtsy or Izvatas, a subgroup of the Komi peoples, are seeking recognition from the Russian government as a distinct indigenous people of the North.

Komi peoples

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The Komi-Izhemtsy or Izvatas, a subgroup of the Komi peoples, are seeking recognition from the Russian government as a distinct indigenous people of the North.

Russia

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The Far North is the part of Russia which lies mainly beyond the Arctic Circle.

Arctic Circle

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The Far North is the part of Russia which lies mainly beyond the Arctic Circle.

Vladivostok

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These territories extend southward as far as to Vladivostok.