The EU Arctic Forum and Indigenous Peoples’ Dialogue will bring together key Arctic players and stakeholders to assess recent developments in the Arctic and discuss challenges and opportunities ahead, in particular those affecting local and indigenous communities as well as Arctic youth. The aim of the event is to illustrate the EU's engagement in and for the Arctic, and assess progress made since the adoption in October 2021 of the updated EU Joint Communication on the Arctic.

The events will delve into matters that are of relevance for those living in the Arctic and will include keynote addresses as well as inclusive and balanced high-level and stakeholder panel sessions. Ministers from EU/Arctic Council states and high-level representatives from Arctic Indigenous Peoples’ organizations will be invited to participate.

The events will be held physically, and web streaming will be available. Attendance to the events is free of charge, and registration for in-person attendance and participation is mandatory, as spots are limited.

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