The links below can help you find out more information that may help with the identification of relevant fieldwork and research stakeholders, opportunities and requirements:

Aleut International Association (AIA)

Antarctic Permit Information (UK Government; British Antarctic Survey; Norwegian Polar Institute; National Science Foundation; United States Antarctic Program)

Arctic Athabaskan Council (AAC)

Arctic Council

Arctic Council Repository 

Arctic Ship Traffic Data (ASTD) – Arctic Council PAME Working Group initiative

Barents Euro-Arctic Council

British Antarctic Survey

Concordia Station (Antarctica)

Eeyou Marine Region Impact Review Board

Gwich’in Council International

Innu Nation

Smithsonian Institution Online Virtual Archives (International Whaling Conference and  International Whaling Commission, Records, 1930-1968)

Inuit Circumpolar Council (ICC)

Korea Polar Research Institute

Polar Knowledge Canada, Canadian High Arctic Research Station (Cambridge Bay, Nunavut)

Princess Elisabeth Antarctic Research Station

National Institute of Polar Research (Japan)

National Inuit Strategy on Research

National Inuit Strategy On Research – Implementation Plan

Northern Canada Research Licencing Information (Yukon; Northwest Territories; and Nunavut)

Norwegian Polar Institute

Nunatsiavut Government

Nunavik Landholding Corporations Association

Nunavik Research Centre

Russian Association of Indigenous Peoples of the North (RAIPON)

Saami Council

Sami Parliament

Swedish Polar Research Secretariat

The Arctic Research Station (Former Labytnangi Ecological Research Station)

University of Turku: Kevo Research Station (Finland)

Yukon College – Continuing Education and Training