Participation is free of charge and Arctic Avenue will cover all travels and accommodation cost for the workshop. The workshop will be hosted at Stockholm University as a lunch–lunch get-together. We will round it up with a private showing of the exhibition The Arctic – While the Ice Is Melting at Nordiska museet in Stockholm. Welcome!

To register please send an email to kaarina.weckstrom@helsinki.fi and annika.granebeck@su.se.

Sundown at Tarfala Research station. Photo: Annika Granebeck

 

Program
Monday 16th of May (Swedish time)
11.30 Meet up at the main entrance Geoscience Building. Address: Svante Arrhenius väg 12, Stockholm
11.45–12.45 Lunch at Skafferiet, Ekoparken
13.00–14.00 Steering Committee meeting
Break
14.30–14.45 Nina Kirchner & Atte Korhola: Welcome and introduction
14.45–15.15 Nina Kirchner & Atte Korhola: Progress of Arctic Avenue and status of future funding
Leg stretcher
15.30–16.00 Olof Hugander, partner and senior Consultant at Brakeley: Fundraising, philanthropy and resource mobilization
16.00–16.30 Pia Dolivo: How UH fundraise team can support Arctic Avenue
16.30–17.30 Discussion and brainstorming: Future funding for the Arctic Avenue
18.00 Dinner at Fakultetsklubben

Tuesday 17th of May (Swedish time)
09.00–09.30 Christoph Humborg, Baltic Sea Centre: Insights from the fundraise work at Baltic Bridge
09.30–10.30 Discussion and brainstorming continued: Future funding for the Arctic Avenue
Break
11.00–11.30 Lotten Gustafsson Reinius: Keynote talk – The Arctic exhibition at the Nordic museum
11.30–12.00 Nina Kirchner & Atte Korhola: Wrap up and closing
12.00 Lunch followed by optional visit to the Nordic museum and the exhibition the Arctic – While the Ice is Melting

Register
By e-mail to annika.granebeck@su.se and kaarina.weckstrom@helsinki.fi.

Meeting venue
The meeting will take place in the meeting room Spelbomskan, at Frescati vägen 6, Stockholm University, Campus Frescati.

Travels and hotel
We recommend Elite Hotel Arcadia, which is rather close to Stockholm University, only one metro stop away.
The ferries arrive in Stockholm at 09.45 (Tallink Silja, Värtahamnen) and 10.00 (Viking Line, Slussen), which should provide enough time to get to Stockholm University in time. From both Slussen and Värtahamnen you can travel by public transport.

Travel bookings
You are welcome to contact annika.granebeck@su.se who is happy to make your travel and hotel booking for you. If you prefer, you can also make your own booking. To get reimbursed (if you book yourself) you must hand in all your receipts, only originals are accepted, and fill in a reimbursement form.

Questions?
Please contact annika.granebeck@su.se and/or kaarina.weckstrom@helsinki.fi.

Very welcome!