News and Updates

News and Updates 2017
The new issue of the international peer-reviewed journal Barents Studies feature three very different articles that foreground three studies located in the Barents and Euro-Arctic regions. One of the overarching commonality among the articles is that they all use comparison in order to make cogent observations about historical and present-day communities in the Barents High North and Arctic. The journal features four young scholars of the Barents Region: Camilla Brattland, Morgan Ip, Maria Lvova, and Gerald Zojer.

On the second last week in September Barents historians, artists, young entrepreneurs and LGBT-people gathered in their respective events in Kirkenes, the Capital of the Barents region.

Rosa-Maren Magga started as a new intern at IBS.

A competition in nature photography in the Barents region - open for anyone interested in photography

Roman Gokkoev to take care of Laura Quist's duties

Back in the 1990's, Norway made the first initiative to establish international cooperation in the Barents region. In anticipation of the coming jubileum, Norwegian Foreign Minister Børge Brende shares his thoughts on the first 25 years of the cooperation.

North Karelia is a region located in Eastern Finland with almost 170 000 inhabitants. What else should we know about the new member of the Barents Regional Council?

For the first time, Chairs of the Barents working groups assembled to jointly discuss development of regional cooperation.

With its wonderful nature, cultural diversity and intriguing history, the Barents region makes an inspiring travel destination. In the whole region, tourism is an important industry for the local economies – and simultaneously a challenge for the protection of pristine nature and unique cultural traditions.

Finland will become the Chair of the Arctic Council in May 2017. According to Soini the chairmanship will provide an opportunity to highlight areas that are important for the Barents cooperation.

The IBS has an open position of Executive Officer

Interview of our new intern, Aino Lipsanen

The IBS is looking for an intern for the fall 2017

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News and Updates 2016
Kirkenes Conference and Barents Spektakel

EU and the Nordic Council of Ministers support the new Barents Scholarship on Culture

Funding of youth cooperation, possible membership of North Carelia and upcoming Barents Cooperation Forum

Funding programme will be launched in early 2017

TRILOGY conference on transport, investment and logistics 1.11.2016

See the latest developments of the cooperation and project possibilities in Helsinki December the 8th

Barents youth activities on different themes in the autumn

Our regional cooperation sets an example for the whole Arctic

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News & Updates 2015 and older
The new issue of the international peer-reviewed journal Barents Studies feature three very different articles that foreground three studies located in the Barents and Euro-Arctic regions. One of the overarching commonality among the articles is that they all use comparison in order to make cogent observations about historical and present-day communities in the Barents High North and Arctic. The journal features four young scholars of the Barents Region: Camilla Brattland, Morgan Ip, Maria Lvova, and Gerald Zojer.

North Karelia is a region located in Eastern Finland with almost 170 000 inhabitants. What else should we know about the new member of the Barents Regional Council?

With its wonderful nature, cultural diversity and intriguing history, the Barents region makes an inspiring travel destination. In the whole region, tourism is an important industry for the local economies – and simultaneously a challenge for the protection of pristine nature and unique cultural traditions.

Finland will become the Chair of the Arctic Council in May 2017. According to Soini the chairmanship will provide an opportunity to highlight areas that are important for the Barents cooperation.

The two-week long climate conference in Paris has come to an end, resulting in a new, and for the first time global, agreement on climate change.

MFA Finland presents a summary of activities during the Finnish BEAC chairmanship 2013-2015

Only one internship period at the International Barents Secretariat (IBS) in 2016

The exhibition “Climate Change in Lapland’s Nature” is shown at the climate conference (COP21) in Paris in December 2015 and during the upcoming weeks. The photo exhibition is one of thirteen exhibitions in the Climate Generations Areas, which are open to the public during the entire conference.

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Project funding in Barents

How to make your Barents project dreams come true? We have gathered information for all Barents relevant funding sources in our new portal.

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"CLIMATE JOURNEY" PHOTO EXHIBITION

During two missions, in 2007 and 2012, Swedish journalist Tom Juslin traveled through the Nordic countries to find out how climate change affects people, animals and nature. His "Climate Journey" exhibition opens the planned series of exhibitions in Kirkenes.

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