Atauttikkut – Inuit Youth Connect

Make your voice heard

Join ArcticNet, the Inuit Circumpolar Council, and Live It Earth in an exciting project to connect Inuit youth across the North American Arctic. Express yourself on what climate change means to you. Voice your priorities. Share your realities. Learn and develop media skills through targeted workshops. Produce impactful short videos using accessible tools such as cell phones, Canva and TikTok. Engage in the Atauttikkut virtual exchange forum to discuss climate change and develop solutions to common challenges.

This opportunity is for:

  • Inuit youth (18-35 year old) living in Inuit Nunangat or Alaska.

What to expect:

  • Attend our online workshops:
    • 22 September 2022 @ 1h30 PM EST – 1-hour workshop (English)
    • Date to be confirmed – 1-hour workshop (Inuktitut)

              *The workshops will be recorded and available for future viewing (please see below).

  • Build, produce and share your own video story under the umbrella theme “What climate change means to me”.
  • Participate in an online exchange forum:
    • 28 October 2022 @ 1h30 PM EST – 2-hour Forum where your video will be showcased and where you can exchange with all the participants of the Atauttikkut – Inuit Youth Connect project.
  • Receive a 500$CAD honorarium for your full participation.
  • Showcase your talent at the ASM2022 in Toronto, 5-8 December 2022 (a few spots for in-person attendance will be given).

*Assistance with internet access in remote regions can be explored, please contact us (see below).

NEW Deadline to apply: August 31, 2022.

Contacts:

in Nunavik: Emily Mina (irquasiaq.mina@outlook.com)

in Alaska: Naaqtuuq Robertson (naaqtuuq@gmail.com)

in Quebec: Martine Lizotte (martine.lizotte@arcticnet.ulaval.ca)

 

Watch the Atauttikkut workshop (English)

 

 

Watch the Atauttikkut workshop (spoken English with written Inuktitut translation)

 

Watch the short storytelling capsule

 

Watch the short video creation capsule

 
 
 
 

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