The University of Alaska recently posted this IRB guide for conducting research with indigenous peoples.  The content was adopted and reprinted via the approval of University of Montana.  The University of Alaska notes that the state is home to 229 federally recognized Alaskan villages or tribal entities. Each tribal government has differing requirements to conduct research on its lands. The document notes that any research organization considering Alaska must build positive relationships with tribal entities.  See the link for more information.

Source: University of Alaska

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