The international summer school “Arctic Law” aimed at students and young practitioners seeking a deeper understanding of the Arctic issues and their international and national regulation is to be held on July 12-18, 2020 at the Northern (Arctic) Federal University, Arkhangelsk, Russia.



The Arctic Circle Secretariat is now accepting proposals for Sessions at the 2020 Arctic Circle Assembly to be held October 8-11, 2020, in Reykjavík, Iceland. Submissions will be accepted until May 1, 2020.





The Future of the Arctic Human Population: Migration in the North Conference takes place in Rovaniemi, Finland on 28–29 May 2020. This will be the first ever conference on (im)migration in the cap of the north that is a part of series of activities of UArctic Thematic network on Arctic Migration.

UArctic Thematic Network on Arctic Sustainable Arts and Design (ASAD) will continue the collaboration with Arctic Arts Summit (AAS). The next AAS will be held in Canada in summer 2021.

UArctic Congress Youth Panel

Mon, Feb 10, 2020
What would you do if you were in charge? The Arctic Youth Network has partnered with the UArctic Congress 2020 to bring together a panel to participate in a plenary session on youth: how youth see the future of the Arctic, what they think should be done, and how they would do it were they in a position of power.

The Arctic Policies and Strategies Scientific Report will be launched on February 17, 2020. The report highlights new and emerging policy trends in the Arctic, a region on the front lines of climate change, pollution, international trade, geopolitics, and global governance.

The 2nd International Workshop on Sustainable Tourism Development in the Nordic Arctic was hosted in Northern Iceland, 18-22 March 2019, by Polar Research and Policy Initiative (PRPI) and University of Southern Denmark (SDU), with the support of Nordregio, the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science, UArctic and other...

Framed by the overarching theme “The Arctic: Regional Changes, Global Impacts”, Lisbon invites international experts on the Arctic and Indigenous Peoples to discuss the “New Arctic” and also its impacts and interactions to and with the lower latitudes.