Supporting education in the Arctic is one of the main focus areas of UArctic. We are also committed to making the organization more participative, inclusive, and accessible, all with shared voices.

The Arctic Mayors’ Forum is a new actor on the Arctic governance front. Mayors first met in Alaska in 2017 and signed a declaration outlining the need for communities to be continuously involved in Arctic policy and decision-making processes.

The University of Lapland hosts the space in its main building to highlight the history of the relationship of the University, the United States, and UArctic, as well as promote the shared interest in Arctic matters.

A team from the Arctic Research Center at Hokkaido University proposes a safe, affordable, and effective approach for monitoring glacial discharge using sounds generated at the proglacial run-off site.

Registration is open for the course Setting educational issues in the Nordic and Arctic Contexts (3 credits) at Umeå University, Sweden. The course will be arranged as a Blended Intense Programme (BIP) which opens for PhD students to get travel funding from Erasmus +.