New Resource Available: Webpage on Conducting Research with Northern Communities – UArctic
Wed, Oct 11, 2017
The Arctic Research Consortium of the U.S. (ARCUS) announces the availability of a new webpage, Conducting Research with Northern Communities: Documented Practices and Resources for Productive, Respectful Relationships Between Researchers and Community Members.
Scientific research in the Arctic necessitates good communication and cooperation with northern communities. This new webpage is a compilation of resources, recommendations, and documented practices from a variety of organizations on working with northern communities. Resources include practices from across the north, relevant information from outside the Arctic, and resources specific to community-based monitoring.
This webpage is intended to be a living resource and will be updated as new information becomes available.
To share comments, additional resources or tools, ideas for advancing inclusion of Indigenous communities in research, or to request help in finding community contacts, contact Lisa Sheffield Guy (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Helen Wiggins (email@example.com).
This webpage is supported by the National Science Foundation – Arctic Sciences Section, through Cooperative Agreement PLR-1304316.
To access the webpage, go to:
Conducting Research in Northern Communities webpage