(Photo: M.Tomasik, Arctic Portal) Dr. Loukacheva giving the speech on indigenous peoples rights at the Trans - Arctic Agenda conference.Tomorrow, 15th of January at the University of Akureyri, conference hall, dr. Natalia Loukacheva will give a public lecture titled: "Developing Arctic – from Nansen to modern times". The lecture will take place in room M101 12.00 – 13.00 h and it is open for public.

Dr. Natalia Loukacheva is a scholar of comparative constitutional and international law with research interests in the circumpolar region, covering eight Arctic States. She was educated at the Urals State Law Academy, Yekaterinburg, Russia (Diploma with Honours in Jurisprudence, 1991-1996; Ph.D. law at the Department of International and Comparative Constitutional Law, 1999) and at the Faculty of Law, University of Toronto, Canada (S.J.D. – Doctor of Juridical Science degree, 2004).

Last year dr. Loukacheva was awarded Nansen visiting professorship in Arctic studies.

The professorship is awarded each year for a twelve months period to a leading scientist working with issues that bear on the legal, economic, social and natural circumstances in the Arctic. It is awarded each year for a twelve months period to a leading scientist working with issues that bear on the legal, economic, social and natural circumstances in the Arctic.

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