Europe's only indigenous people live in Sweden

Norway signed the ILO Convention 169 as early as 1990. The picture shows the Sami Parliament's plenary hall in Karasjok in Norway. Photo: Sámediggi Sami Parliament / Denis Caviglia.

Of: Kristin Blomdin and Andréa Hamdan

Sweden has not signed the Convention on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. The knowledge about the Sami exists, but it does not reach society. It turns out that the responsibility for the dissemination of knowledge has fallen on the Sami themselves, but the question is whether that is enough. It has been almost a month since the Sami National Day and we are discussing what we really know about […]

March 27, 2018, Report