My research interests can be broadly framed within human dignity in health, research regulation and social welfare issues. In the Circumpolar North context, I am especially interested in health law and wellbeing, and legal and ethical issues related to scientific research reciprocity, health data use and data sovereignty. I am currently undertaking a PhD in … Continue reading Hrefna D Gunnarsdóttir
Mindy Jewell Price
Mindy Jewell Price I am a sociologist and political ecologist studying agrarian change across the Circumpolar North, using ethnographic and archival research methods. As a PhD candidate at the University of California at Berkeley, I research the social and political processes that affect the design, management, and impacts of agricultural development in the Northwest Territories, … Continue reading Mindy Jewell Price
Giuditta Celli I am a PhD Candidate in Polar Science at the Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, Italy, working with researchers from the Italian Institute of Polar Science (CNR-ISP). My research focuses on the Antarctic Plateau, precisely on the photochemistry of mercury and iodine in surface snow and Ice Cores from the EAIIST project (East … Continue reading Giuditta Celli
Lisa M. Smith
Lisa M. Smith I am very pleased to be part of this group of Arctic women and to network with all of you for the benefit of the issues we all care about. As the Executive Director for the Inuit Circumpolar Council (ICC) Canada, I am focused on working with Inuit leaders from across Canada … Continue reading Lisa M. Smith
Reflections on the JUSTNORTH Open Science Day
The JUSTNORTH Project – Towards Just, Equitable and Sustainable Arctic Economies and Societies – is an EU-funded climate action project running from 2020-2023. The Open Science Day was a chance for JUSTNORTH researchers to share their work with the broader public, policymakers, and other researchers.