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30.12.2021 News
Valuable knowledge: Ulunnguaq Markussen

Now you can listen to the seventh podcast with graduates in the series "Valuable knowledge" (in Greenlandic)

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21.12.2021 News
Valuable knowledge: Angutinnguaq Olsen

Now you can listen to the sixth podcast with graduates in the series "Valuable knowledge" (in Greenlandic)

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20.12.2021 News
Åland Islands Peace Institute in collaboration with Nasiffik

The Åland Islands Peace Institute and Nasiffik - Centre for Foreign & Security Policy at Ilisimatusarfik have signed a cooperation agreement

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17.12.2021 News
Last call - Greenlandic dialects as linguistic heritage

University of Copenhagen, in collaboration with Ilisimatusarfik, the National Museum & Archives of Greenland and the National Museum of Denmark, has received DKK 3.8 million from Augustinusfonden for a research project on the collection, analysis and dissemination of Greenlandic dialects

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15.12.2021 News
Valuable knowledge: Marianne Jensen

Now you can listen to the fifth podcast with graduates in the series "Valuable knowledge" (in Greenlandic)

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15.12.2021 News
New Head of Institute of Society, Economics & Journalism at Ilisimatusarfik

Press release: New Head of Institute of Society, Economics & Journalism at Ilisimatusarfik

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08.12.2021 News
Valuable knowledge: Heidi Rosing

Now you can listen to the fourth podcast with graduates in the series "Valuable knowledge" (in Greenlandic)

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01.12.2021 News
Valuable knowledge: Camilla Kleemann-Andersen

Now you can listen to the third podcast with graduates in the series "Valuable knowledge" (in Greenlandic)

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01.12.2021 News
Valuable knowledge: Ane-Mette Broberg Damgaard

Now you can listen to the second podcast with graduates in the series "Valuable knowledge" (in Greenlandic)

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01.12.2021 News
Valuable knowledge: Aviaq Reimer Olsen

Now you can listen to the first podcast with graduates in the series "Valuable knowledge" (in Greenlandic)

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01.12.2021 News
Greenland's research and education is based on foreign practices and structures - it is time to rethink it

So argued Rachael Lorna Johnstone, Professor of Law at Ilisimatusarfik and at the University of Akureyri, Iceland at Greenland Science Week

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01.12.2021 News
Nasiffik - Centre for Foreign & Security Policy

11 November, yet another research centre opened at Ilisimatusarfik: Nasiffik - Centre for Foreign & Security Policy

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01.12.2021 News
Cooperation with MIO

In November, MIO (Greenland's Children's Rights Institution) had a good and constructive meeting with researcher Kevin Perry from the Social Work programme at Ilisimatusarfik regarding future cooperation

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01.12.2021 News
The canteen at campus Ilimmarfik

There is almost no better way to start the day than with the smell of homemade bread from the canteen at campus Ilimmarfik

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01.12.2021 News
Greenland Science Week

From 08 - 12 November, we had a lot of events at Ilisimatusarfik in connection with Greenland Science Week

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01.12.2021 News
Guide to Sharing Circles in Greenland - a methodology

Centre for Public Health in Greenland has used Sharing Circles as a methodology for two different projects, in 2019 and 2020

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01.12.2021 News
Merry Christmas & Happy New Year

Another great year has soon passed - and on behalf of Ilisimatusarfik, I would like to thank all students, staff and business partners for a good cooperation in 2021

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01.12.2021 News
Eva-Luusi Marcussen-Mølgaard wins contest about the Danish Realm

From Greenland, Eva-Luusi Marcussen-Mølgaard from Ilisimatusarfik won with her thesis "Forsoningsprocessen i Grønland - en afstandtagen fra kolonitidens eftervirkninger?" ("The reconciliation process in Greenland - a dissociation of the colonial aftermath?")

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01.12.2021 News
Adaptation to an iodine-rich diet in Greenlandic Inuit

A study from Greenland suggests that people in Greenland have a special need for iodine in their diet to reduce the risk of metabolic disease. The study was published in October in the leading US journal Thyroid

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