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Record #146753:

Samernas rättigheter - vad har hänt med dem? / Johan Päiviö.

Title: Samernas rättigheter - vad har hänt med dem? / Johan Päiviö.
Translated title: Saami rights - what has happened to them?.
Author(s): Päiviö, Johan.
Date: 1998.
Language: Swedish.
In: Samefolket. (1998.), Vol. 79(4) (1998)
Abstract: Researcher at Saami Institute states that all discussion on Saami rights has to be based on their indigenous nature. European Commission for Human Rights did not consider Saami case for hunting and fishing proven. Forest owners in Härjedal then removed 20% of Saami winter grazing; same happened at Røros. Taxed Mountains Case in 1981 was another defeat for Saami, but Saami rights were seen as civil, so they had exclusive right to hunt. Question then arises: what is a Tax Land? They can be traced back to Gustav Vasa, in Saami case to taxable activity - hunting, fishing and herding.
Notes:

Samefolket. Vol. 79(4) :12-16 (1998).

Keywords: 323.1 -- National and ethnic minorities.
336.2 -- Taxation.
34 -- Law and legislation.
347.246 -- Game laws.
J -- Social sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
SPRI record no.: 146753

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