Education and training in the Arctic: Identifying education and training needs for Arctic Indigenous Peoples
Indigenous Peoples' Secretariat
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The University of the Arctic and Arctic Council Indigenous Peoples’ Secretariat organized a panel to discuss education and training needs for Arctic Indigenous Peoples during the UArctic Congress 2018 in Oulu, Finland on 5 September 2018. The panelists represented each of the Arctic Council Indigenous Peoples’ organizations – also known as Permanent Participants – and addressed these questions: • How is Arctic education shaping the life of local communities now and in the future? • How will traditional knowledge be a part of the academic world? • How will vocational education meet higher education in the Arctic? • In what capacity can UArctic help to offer or promote Indigenous degree programs?
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