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Permafrost Pathways celebrates six months

Permafrost Pathways celebrates six months

Here’s what the project has been up to since it launched in April 2022 Six months ago, with funding through the TED Audacious Project, we launched Permafrost Pathways—a new multidisciplinary project connecting science, people, and policy for Arctic justice and global...

UN Special Rapporteur Complaint

UN Special Rapporteur Complaint

UUSC and its members are deeply committed to centering and uplifting the voices of Indigenous communities living at the forefront of the climate crisis. Climate change events such as soil erosion, sea level rise, massive storms, and saltwater intrusion paired with...

The Alaska Institute for Justice’s Pro Bono Asylum Project

The Alaska Institute for Justice’s Pro Bono Asylum Project

The Anchorage Press, NOVEMBER 4 – NOVEMBER 10, 2021 A former corporate lawyer for Conoco Phillips, Rodgers began taking on pro bono asylum cases in his spare time in 1998. After retiring from his day job in 2008, he’s been representing clients in asylum and other pro...

What the future holds

What the future holds

The Alaska Institute for Justice’s (AIJ) mission is to promote and protect the human rights of all Alaskans, including immigrants, refugees, crime victims including survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, and Alaska Native communities by providing critical...

Language Interpreter Center Trainings

Language Interpreter Center Trainings

 Training Webinars for Nonprofits:What is a Language Access PlanWhat is a Language Access PlanHow to Work with InterpretersInterpreter Training Series  Community Interpreter IntroductionCommunity Interpreter Training with Jacki Noh Part 1Community Interpreter Training...

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Kotlik: Background Report

Kotlik: Background Report

Kotlik, an Alaska Native community in southwestern Alaska, works in partnership with AIJ to monitor the erosion and other weather events that present an increasingly severe risk to the community as the climate changes. The homes and infrastructure in Kotlik are...

Kwigillingok: Community Profile

Kwigillingok: Community Profile

Prepared on behalf of the Native Village of Kwigillingok Kwigillingok (Kuigilnguq), Alaska, is imminently threatened by flooding and erosion. Flooding occurs annually in Kwigillingok as a result of storm surge, ice jams, ice override (called venuq), and other factors....

Permafrost Pathways

Permafrost Pathways

Permafrost PathwaysStrategyOur PeoplePartnersPermafrost Pathways A critical window of opportunity.STRATEGY A critical window of opportunity.Carbon monitoring and modeling have created large uncertainties in estimates of greenhouse gas emissions from permafrost thaw....

Jobs

Jobs

CareersCome join an exciting non-profit transforming lives, strengthening communities and protecting the human rights of all AlaskansAbout AIJ The Alaska Institute for Justice is a non-profit organization headquartered in Anchorage, Alaska. Our mission is to protect...

Pro Bono Asylum Project

Pro Bono Asylum Project

ServicesHuman TraffickingDomestic ViolencePro Bono Asylum Project ResourcesImmigrant power and control wheelImmigration law is a technical and complicated area of law. The following information should not be used to determine whether you are eligible for a U or T...

Human Trafficking

Human Trafficking

ServicesDomestic ViolencePro Bono Asylum Project ResourcesQuestion Living conditionsImmigrant power and control wheel For more information about the immigration options available to you Anchorage Office431 West 7th Ave. Suite 208Anchorage, AK 99501Phone:...

Immigrant Resource Center

Immigrant Resource Center

Know Your Rights: Discrimination Against Immigrants and Muslims This American Civil Liberties Union page includes easy-to-use resources, such as videos and printable cards in several languages, to address the following: What to do when faced with anti-Muslim...

Decolonizing Research Panel: June 22-2021

Decolonizing Research Panel: June 22-2021

Decolonizing Research Panel: June 22,2021 Annauk Denise Olin is a recent graduate of the MIT Indigenous Language Initiative program where she received an M.S. in Linguistics. Robin Bronen, executive director, Alaska Institute for Justice Eva Dawn Burk is a Denaakk’e...


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