Arctic Institute of Community-Based Research
This Yukon-based institution supports community-based research projects in the North. Priorities include food security, healthy lifestyles, climate change adaptation, chronic disease prevention. Youth engagement, ethics, knowledge sharing, evaluation, are core to our research approach. We work with northern Indigenous communities, NGO’s, governments, academics, graduate students, research organizations, and the private sector.
|Primary Contact||Jody Butler Walkerfirstname.lastname@example.org||(867) 668-3393|
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Aboriginal Government/ Homeland
Year-Round Research Station
Main Research Disciplines
Anthropology, Environmental Sciences, Human Biology/Wellness, Sociology, Traditional/Aboriginal Knowledge
We are a unique Northern research organization working to improve community health and well-being in Canada’s North through partnerships, collaboration, and the co-production of knowledge and solutions. AICBR was established in 2007. Our vision is the meaningful engagement of Northerners in natural, health, and social research focused on Northern priorities, with results contributing to all Northerners living healthy lives.
Working Together to Achieve Healthier Lifestyles in Yukon and Northwest Territories’ Communities, Yukon Community Food Security Strategies.
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