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Arctic Science Summit Week 2021

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How does it feel to be included in Northern Research?

This interactive conversation was proposed in the context of the Arctic Change 2020 meetings. With the challenges associated with social distancing during the COVID-19 epidemic, and our collective rallying to the #BlackLivesMatter and #IndigenousLivesMatter movements, we felt it was important, more than ever, to also come together and uplift members of our community.

Our community of Northern research is diverse: it includes people from the North and the South, involves workers and scientists from communities, government and academia as well as stakeholders and knowledge-holders from across the Arctic Circle. Many different journeys led our members to where they are today, contributing to the richness of our community.

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Université du Québec à Chicoutimi (UQAC)

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Stories of inclusion in northern research, told through art, stories and film. Originally shown at Arctic Change 2020.

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WHAT WE HEARD AT #AC2020

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CERC Ocean

CERC Ocean

The success of #AC2020 demonstrates the power of research networks @NCE_RCE to bring people together, overcome barriers and push scientific knowledge forward, with inclusion. Please take note Canada Research Coordinating Committee #CRCC @CRSNG_NSERC @SSHRC_CRSH @CIHR_IRSC

Gwyneth MacMillan, PhD

Gwyneth MacMillan, PhD

“I’m trying to help the researcher, it only makes sense that the researcher would also try and help me.” — Rankin Inlet Elder Poisey Alogut

Masha-May Fotheringham

Masha-May Fotheringham

What does it mean to feel included in Northern #Research? Join Masha-May, @ArcticNet and our @InclusiveNorth team this December for #AC2020! Be part of the conversation! Share your stories! #Inuit #youth

Rt. Hon. David Johnston

Rt. Hon. David Johnston

“I urge anyone who feels a passion and commitment to the advancement and success of the #Arctic to raise their hand with confidence and enthusiasm. Your voice and commitment are vital to moving us all forward.”

Paul Sokoloff

Paul Sokoloff

Reflecting on the end of #AC2020, I am grateful to be a part of a community that strives to build up all our friends and colleagues. Thank you to my friends at @ArviatFilm, @InclusiveNorth, @ArcticNet, and @LiveItearth, for a week well spent. #WeAreArcticNet

Christine Barnard

Christine Barnard

So proud of my team @ArcticNet for pulling off such a GREAT international virtual event – Arctic Change 2020. Bravo! // Tellement fière de mon équipe @ArcticNet pour le succès de notre conférence internationale Arctic Change 2020! Bravo!

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