Fifth Arctic Circle Assembly October 13-15: Registration now open

In the few years since its founding in 2013, the Arctic Circle has become the largest annual global gathering on the Arctic. The momentum continues to gather pace: you won't want to miss the fifth Arctic Circle Assembly this year.Registration now open go to www.arcticcircle.org.

In the few years since its founding in 2013, the Arctic Circle has become the largest annual global gathering on the Arctic. The momentum continues to gather pace: you won't want to miss the fifth Arctic Circle Assembly this year.


The Arctic Circle is an open, democratic forum, and anyone with something to say can contribute to dialogue at the Assembly. Stand up to ask a world leader a question during plenary sessions, bring your innovative ideas to interactive workshops, or organize a session yourself -- the platform is yours.  

The Arctic Circle is attended by heads of state and governments, ministers, members of parliament, officials, experts, scientists, entrepreneurs, business leaders, indigenous representatives, environmentalists, students, activists, and others from the growing international community of partners and participants interested in the future of the Arctic. Will you be one of them?

While the plenary sessions are the responsibility of the Arctic Circle, the breakout sessions are organized by various participating partners in their own name and with full authority over the agenda and the choice of speakers. If you wish to submit a proposal, see www.arcticcircle.org for more details. Submission deadline: May 12.

For more information, please visit ArcticCircle.org or contact us at Secretariat@ArcticCircle.org. We hope to see you in Reykjavík this fall.