Arctic Council Observer Manual for Subsidiary Bodies
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The Observer Manual for Subsidiary Bodies exists to guide the Council’s subsidiary bodies in matters of meeting logistics and the role played by Observers. The Observer Manual for Subsidiary Bodies is a useful resource for those interested in the role of Observers in the work of the Arctic Council. The Observer Manual was updated at the Anchorage October 2015 SAO meeting, and at the Portland SAO meeting in October 2016. The file was updated in this archive 14 November, 2016.
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