ARCTIC YOUTH WELLBEING NETWORK

Do you want to get engaged in making a difference to mental wellbeing across the Arctic?

  • Share knowledge with other network participants

  • Create social change

  • Build your skills in leadership and advocacy

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Monthly Meetings

Join us for a monthly virtual meeting of the Arctic Youth Wellbeing Network, powered by the Arctic Youth Network and Project CREATeS.

Our next meeting will be held on Friday, January 28th at 16:00 GMT (12:00 pm ET)

January Speaker: Maamaq Linda Joule

Mamaaq Linda Joule is a respected Elder, and formerly Assistant to the Mayor for the Northwest Arctic Borough in Alaska, USA. She has also taught in Rural Development at Chukchi College for the University of Alaska Fairbanks. She speaks about the Inuit family life cycle and Inuk values.

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Upcoming Events

  • FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 2022   –   Session 8 | Lisa Boivin | Collage

  • FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 2022   –   Session 9 | Trainer | Skill

  • FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 2022   –   Session 10 | Trainer | Skill

  • FRIDAY, MAY 27, 2022   –   Session 11 | Trainer | Skill

  • FRIDAY, JUNE 24, 2022   –   Session 12 | Trainer | Skill

Do you have skills or experience that could support youth? Contact us about opportunities to facilitate a workshop for our Network Members.

Summary

The Arctic Youth Wellbeing Network will aim to engage youth in issues of mental health, develop their leadership capacity and skills, and provide resources and opportunities to create positive impact in their communities and beyond.

It is a collaboration between the Arctic Council’s Sustainable Development Working Group’s (SDWG) initiative, Project CREATeS, and the Arctic Youth Network (AYN) for the establishment of a youth working group centered on promoting mental health leadership in the Arctic.

The Arctic Youth Wellbeing Network (AYWN) is powered by AYN and Project CREATeS.

The AYWN is a new initiative of the Sustainable Development Working Group (SDWG) of the Arctic Council, as part of the Local2Global initiative.