Gorm Winther, Professor (em), Agio Global Research and Consult,
Ivar Jonsson, Professor, Østfold University College
Project and Program Coordinator, Søren Bitsch
Status and Presentation of the Projects Focus on Human Security
The Impact of International security and conflicts on the Arctic
Towards Self-sufficiency – Digitalizing Arctic Societies in the New Cold War Era
Turning the Nordic Countries into the Warfare States in the Far North - the Norwegian Case.
EU in the Arctics
Arctic Environmental Security: Complex Dynamics in a Region of Change
Environmental and Human Security in the Arctic
A Multidisciplinary Approach to the Conceptualization of Human Security Through Social innovations,
Participatory Organizations and Democratic ownership
Employee Share Ownership and cooperatives - What Is a Democratic Enterprise?
Cooperatives in Greenland and Denmark - Transfer of Danish Models
The Participatory Economy in Theory and Practice in Arctic Regions
Cooperatives, Social Entrepreneurship, and the Social Economy in Arctic Canada: Opportunities and Challenges
Canadas New Northern Strategy - the Arctic and Northern Policy Framework (ANPF)
From Benefit-Sharing to Benefit Co-Management in Securing Economic Sustainability in the Arctic
Prospects for Sustainable Development in South Greenland: Equity and Distributional Issues.
Fishermen and stakeholders in North Greenland
Institutional Change and Economic Self-Reliance in Rural Alaska
Population History of Alaska Natives
Round Table Discussion: Political Interventions and attacks on our Academic Freedoms - Arctic Researchers’ International Cooperation with our Russian Colleagues
Others to be announced
Frances Abele (Carlton University, Ottawa), Matthew Berman (University of Alaska, Anchorage), Rasmus Gjedssø Bertelsen (UiT-Norges arktiske universitet, Tromsø), Søren Bitsch (Former North Atlantic Regional Studies, Roskilde University), Douglas Casey (Harvard University), Miriam Cullen (Copenhagen University), Glenn Diesen (Universitetet i Søraust-Norge), Søren Dosenrode (Aalborg University), Gerard Duhaime (University Laval, Quebec), Karen Everett (Universite Laval, Quebec), Nadezhda Filimonova (Harvard University), Lassi Heininen (University of Lapland), Diane Hirshberg (University of Alaska Anchorage), Timothy Heleniak (Nordregio, Stockholm), Terry Huskey (University of Alaska, Anchorage), Jan Holm Ingemann (Aalborg University), Ivar Jonsson, Østfold University College, Halden), Mariia Kobzeva (UiT-Norges arktiske universitet, Tromsø), Joan Nymand Larsen (Stefansson Arctic Institute, Akureyri), Marc Mathieu (European Association for Employee Share Ownership, Bruxelles) Rasmus Leander Nielsen (University of Greenland), Hanne Petersen (Copenhagen University), Andrey N. Petrov (University of Northern Iowa), Birger Poppel (University of Greenland), Carina Ren (Aalborg University), Karoline Sommer, (Former University of Greenland), Chris Southcott (Lakehead University, Thunder Bay), Gorm Winther (Aalborg University)
(Others to be announced).
Papers will be peer-reviewed and published by an acknowledged international reader.
Participants without an approved paper are expected to finance all expenses themselves. The SEPA project operates on a limited budget, so participants presenting a paper are encouraged to self-finance. It is possible to participate without presenting a paper at your own expense.
The deadline for registering your participation is July 1st, 2022. It will be possible to participate via Zoom.
For the SEPA project