November 5, 2019
News archive - 2015: Overview
February 4th, 2016: ICC Newsletter
Inuit Circumpolar executive members meet in Canada: Launch Inuit summits on wildlife, education, & economy.
February, 2016: Vacancy: Director of ICC Greenland (Executive Director) - only in danish
April, 2016: New Director of ICC Greenland
Eskimologist Mads Fægteborg took office on April 1 position as Executive Director of ICC Greenland.
'Ajorpoq' - we get no answer!
The report 'ajorpoq' - we get no answer! is published and will be freely available on the ICC Greenland's website from 19 April 2016th The report deals with the people of South Greenland's need for citizen involvement in connection with the mining project on Kuannersuit / Kvanefjeldet. This reports Authors hope that the main message - namely, better information and better citizen involvement - from both supporters and opponents of Kuannersuit project will be heard! But not only heard, also noted! 'Ajorpoq' - we get no answer! is based on a study trip to South Greenland by Mia Olsen Siegstad, BA in social studies, and eskimologist Mads Fægteborg in the autumn 2015. A Greenlandic version is under preparation.
January 4, 2015: New Year's statement from ICC Greenland
With the hope of a fruitful cooperation with everyone I wish you all a Happy New Year. Hjalmar Dahl, President for ICC Greenland.
January 13, 2015: ICC Executive Council meets in Nuuk
Today, January 13, 2015 the Inuit Circumpolar Council (ICC) new Executive Committee held its first meeting in Nuuk after the ICC General Assembly in July 2014 in Canada.
January 16, 2015: Satisfied with the ICC Executive Council meeting
January 15, 2015 was the last day of meetings for the Inuit Circumpolar Council (ICC) Executive Council. During the three days of the meeting the delegation of tasks between the regional offices in Alaska, Canada, Chukotka and Greenland has been established.