Members of the Inuit Research Network meet in Inuvik to build a foundation from which they will coordinate and support health research by, and for, Inuit.
ArcticNet’s Inuit Research Management Committee honours Jean Allen of Iqaluit in 2022 Inuit Recognition Award for her contributions to Inuit Nunangat research.
Government of Canada and Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami announce new research network to address health priorities of Inuit in Canada
“This new investment will help us continue to address the ongoing crisis and build our own capacity to create healthier, more resilient communities.”
ArcticNet’s Annual Scientific Meeting takes place in Toronto this year December 5-9, 2022. You can nominate Inuit researchers for a recognition award or to have their travel expenses covered.
Successful projects announced under new Canada-Inuit Nunangat-United Kingdom Arctic Research Program
ITK calls for increased internet access, reliability and affordability in Inuit Nunangat as part of COVID-19 recovery plans
ITK calls for increased internet access, reliability and affordability in Inuit Nunangat as part of COVID-19 recovery plans.
This research brief provides an overview of the reality of internet access in Inuit Nunangat and also evaluates future infrastructure required to bridge the digital divide between Inuit Nunangat and the rest of Canada. Promising international practices are highlighted and compared with Canada’s current connectivity strategy.
Call for Research Proposals under the Canada-Inuit Nunangat-United Kingdom Arctic Research Programme
This program focuses on climate-driven changes to the terrestrial, coastal and near-shore marine environments in Inuit Nunangat, and associated impacts on Inuit community health and well-being.
Announcing the first 11 projects funded under the newly-established Inuit Nunangat Research Program (INRP).
United Kingdom-Canada Inuit Nunangat and Arctic Region Research Programme will support Inuit self-determination in research
Today, we are announcing that a new Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) in support of the United Kingdom-Canada Inuit Nunangat and Arctic Region Research Programme was signed by Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami
The second issue of our Quarterly Research Briefing series identifies challenges that too often prevent Inuit from fully enjoying our human right to water.
Strengthened partnerships between all levels of government, inclusive of Inuit representational organizations, would be a significant legacy of the COVID-19 pandemic, ensuring that we emerge stronger, and better able to face the next one.