United Voice of the Arctic
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ICC is the body that represents all Inuit from Alaska, Canada, Greenland, and Chukotka on matters of international importance.
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ICC was founded in 1977 when Inupiaq Eben Hopson invited to Barrow, Alaska numerous other Inuit to discuss ways in which a common response could be developed to address increasing attacks on the Inuit way of life, environment, and human rights that were initiated by industry, states, and others with interests in the Arctic.
Inuit Circumpolar Council Welcomes UN General Assembly proclamation of a Decade of Indigenous Peoples’ Language
The United Nations General Assembly has adopted a significant resolution that ”Proclaims the period 2022–2032 as the International Decade of Indigenous Languages, to draw attention to the critical loss of indigenous languages and the urgent need to preserve, revitalize and promote indigenous languages and to take urgent steps at the national and international levels.
Inuit leaders emerge from the UNFCCC COP25 Climate Change conference underlining that greater actions and measures are needed by governments, corporations, and civil society to meaningfully address climate change.
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Founded in 1977
Strengthening our goals
Inuit from Canada, Greenland, and Alaska discussed their common vision when Eben Hopson hosted the first ever the Inuit Circumpolar Conference in June of 1977.
Founder of ICC – Eben Hopson
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