UNIVERSITY OF THE ARCTIC REPORT TO THE SENIOR ARCTIC OFFICIALS. April 9-10, 2003.
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"In the Inari Ministerial Declaration in 2002, the Ministers of the Arctic Council stated that they, “welcome the good progress of the University of the Arctic (UArctic) and encourage appropriate authorities in the Arctic states to increase their efforts to secure financing of the core activities of the UArctic”. During the first part of the Icelandic Chairmanship of the Arctic Council UArctic, particularly its Board of Governors and leadership, focussed on formulating relevant strategies on what UArctic will do in the future, who will be involved, what will be the projected costs, and how UArctic activities will be funded. These are documented in the following UArctic documents that lay the foundations for the planning and implementation for the next five years: • University of the Arctic Strategic Plan • University of the Arctic Funding Strategy with Budget" /.../
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