Published:March 14, 2013
Read Tom Axworthy's academic paper on the role of Canadian indigenous leaders in the creation of the Arctic Council.
Published:January 28, 2013
A book of essays commissioned by Inuit Qaujisarvingat: Inuit Knowledge Centre and the Munk-Gordon Arctic Security Program.
Published:December 3, 2012
As part of the Arctic Council’s Sustainable Development Working group AMATII process, this case study was developed to explore gaps in the Arctic region’s response capability under the Agreement on Aeronautical and Maritime Search and Rescue. This emergency scenario examines how an international response to a maritime accident would be implemented. Existing emergency practises, protocols, legislations and agreements, and available resources and assets were considered to explore the wider implications of the Agreement.
Published:September 28, 2012
The Working Papers on Arctic Security series seeks to stimulate deeper academic dialogue on Arctic security issues in Canada. This series is supported by the Munk-Gordon Arctic Security Program and the ArcticNet project on The Emerging Arctic Security Environment.
Published:August 28, 2012
Holly Mackenzie-Stringer is a Dene from the Tlîchô Nation of the North Slave region of the Northwest Territories. Holly is an Intergovernmental Relations Analyst with the Department of Aboriginal Affairs and Intergovernmental Relations, Government of the Northwest Territories. Holly’s Fellowship paper examines the ways to develop and nurture Aboriginal women in leadership roles, and how to increase participation of women in all levels of decision making within Aboriginal governance.