When Greenlandic women in remotely located towns are pregnant they have to leave family, friends, and familiar surroundings behind to go on stressful and lonely “birthing trips”.
To prevent people in Greenland from commiting suicide, a researcher travels up and down the country and successfully holds courses for survivors who want to help others taking a similar path to end their lives.
A group of 67 Greenlandic women, who had IUDs inserted without their consent, are demanding a compensation payment of EUR 40,000 each from the Danish government.
U.S. officials are setting stricter rules for their Antarctic season this year to prevent the introduction of avian flu by their personnel.
Racism and lack of health care providers mean that Indigenous women in Canada are generally in a poorer health condition than non-Indigenous women.
Nunavut breaks ground on new trauma and addiction treatment centre. Located in Iqaluit and designed by Inuit, it will provide therapies based on Inuit culture.
This year’s Southern Games celebrate 7 years of revival, bringing joy and a sense of community to the French scientific stations around Antarctica and on the continent, with the Amsterdam Island Division emerging victorious.
Among the population of Ittoqqotoormiit in East Greenland, researchers found alarming levels of PFAS (‘forever chemicals’), which they ingest as a result of their traditional way of life.
Canada is launching a call for proposals for a research program aimed at improving the living conditions of the Inuit while integrating their knowledge into the project.