"We won the Fosen case – but the battle isn't won until the wind turbines are taken down"

The Norwegian Sami Association celebrated the one-year anniversary of the Fosen victory in Norway’s Supreme Court.
Head of the Norwegian Sami Association Elle Márgget Nystad delivered a speech in front of Norwegian parliament one year after the victory in Norway's Supreme Court.
Head of the Norwegian Sami Association Elle Márgget Nystad delivered a speech in front of Norwegian parliament one year after the victory in Norway's Supreme Court.
BY KJERSTI NELSON, TRANSLATED BY CHRISTOFFER ØSTERGAARD

Tuesday marked one year since Norway’s Supreme Court ruled that the wind farms on the Fosen peninsula in Norway violated article 27 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which stipulates that minorities have a right to practice their own culture.

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