2022 Inuit Circumpolar Council Declaration

Carolina Behe August 26, 2022

Every four years Inuit from across the Arctic come together for a General Assembly and agreed upon a declaration. The declaration gives the Inuit Circumpolar Council guidance over the following four years.  

The 2022 Inuit Circumpolar Declaration was agreed upon by the Inuit of Greenland, Canada, Alaska, and Chukotka, on the occasion of the 14th General Assembly of the Inuit Circumpolar Council (ICC) from 19-21 July 2022, held through a hybrid gathering due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and in the context of the Assembly theme INUIT – PERTUJAASSUSEQ EQQISSINERLU; INUIT - STRENGTH AND PEACE.

The Declaration shares the priority areas during the 2022-2026 term to be Good Governance, Security and Inuit Nunaat, Health and Wellness, Language and Culture, Hunting and Food Security, Arctic Ocean and the Marine Environment, and Infrastructure Deficit. And includes numerous actions and directives.

The full Declaration can be accessed here: https://iccalaska.org/wp-icc/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/2022ICC-DECLARATION-1.pdf

 

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