The Symposium will focus on safety and security, gender considerations, Arctic labour force and demographics, and sustainable use of Arctic biological resources
Opening Keynote Speeches
Following a welcome from a member of the Board of Directors of the International Polar Foundation, a series of opening keynote speeches from notable Arctic stakeholders will be delivered.
The Arctic Council in the Coming Years
This session will be a roundtable discussion with Arctic State Representatives, Arctic Indigenous Peoples, and the European Union.
The Overlap Between Safety and Security in the Arctic
This session will explore issues related to safety and security in the Arctic.
Gender Considerations in the Arctic
This session will cover often-overlooked gender-related issues Arctic residents encounter such as domestic violence within indigenous communities, gender pay gap, etc.
Arctic Labour Force and Demographics
This session will explore his Arctic communities can adequately train their residents to have the skills needed to compete in a globally competitive modern economy.
Sustainable and Innovative Uses of Arctic Biological Resources
This session will look at using bio-organic resources from the oceans and land in the Arctic in innovative and sustainable ways.
A keynote speaker will close the symposium.