The Future of the Arctic Human Population: Migration in the North Conference takes place in Rovaniemi, Finland on 28–29 May 2020. This will be the first ever conference on (im)migration in the cap of the north that is a part of series of activities of UArctic Thematic network on Arctic Migration.

On the morning of January 6, 2020, the Unveiling Ceremony of the International Arctic School, Harbin Institute of Technology (IAS-HIT) and the Opening Ceremony of the International Arctic School Winter 2020 (IAS-HIT-Winter2020) were held at the State Key Laboratory of Urban Water Resource and Environment.

The Joint Committee for the Nordic Research Councils in the Humanities and Social Sciences (NOS-HS) funds exploratory workshops in the humanities and social sciences. The call is estimated to be open 3 February – 31 March. 2020

The Arctic Yearbook is calling for abstracts for its 2020 edition. The theme is “Climate Change and the Arctic: Global Origins, Regional Responsibilities?”. Deadline for abstracts is March 2, 2020.

We welcome proposals for sessions to be held either during the UArctic Congress program dates on October 6–7, 2020 or during a joint day with the Arctic Circle Assembly. Sessions can be comprised of dialogues and discussions, both oral and poster presentations, as well as panel or round table discussions. Deadline for submiss...