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Arctic Council

The Arctic Council is an intergovernmental forum for addressing many of the common concerns and challenges faced by the Arctic states; Canada, Denmark (including Greenland and the Faroe Islands), Finland, Iceland, Norway, the Russian Federation, Sweden and the United States. The Council is a unique forum for co-operation between national governments and indigenous peoples. The indigenous populations in the Arctic are represented by:
  • Aleut International Association
  • Arctic Athabaskan Council
  • Gwich'in Council International
  • Inuit Circumpolar Conference
  • Russian Association of Indigenous Peoples of the North
  • Saami Council

Website: http://www.arctic-council.org