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The large-scale project "Women in the Arctic" has been launched

The information project "Women in the Arctic" was launched, initiated by a participant in the projects of the Council of the Eurasian Women's Forum - the Association of Women in the Nuclear Industry.

The project is intended to unite women specialists and residents of the northern regions to discuss topical issues of the development of the Arctic zone and the preservation of the national identity and original culture of the North. A number of discussions are planned with the participation of Russian and international speakers, representatives of public institutions.

One of the key events of the project will be the photo exhibition “The Arctic has a woman's face”. The main idea of ​​creating a thematic photo exhibition is to popularize the role models of women in the development and preservation of the northern territories, to present professions and career opportunities for women.

Women working in the North and residents of the northern territories are invited to participate in the photo exhibition.

 “Together we will create a unique portrait of women in the northern regions and tell about the life, achievements and successes of the participants. We are convinced that women have a significant role to play in preserving the national culture and developing the Arctic territories. They are the ones who are employed in industry, healthcare, education, culture and other social spheres that provide a solid foundation for development, ”the organizers of the project say.

On the official website of the Women's Association of the Nuclear Industry, personal stories from top officials will be presented in an online format. In an offline format, the exposition of the exhibition will be presented at major events in 2022.

Acceptance of applications for participation in the exhibition is open until November 22, 2021.

You can send applications by e-mail:

Detailed information about the exhibition can be found at the following link

The project is the winner of the Collaboration Foundation's grant competition in a special nomination for the development of the northern territories.
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