In this research, we discuss how hunter skills are essential to the livelihoods of Inuit communities and can be adapted to a wide variety of jobs in the conservation sector.
What community services do hunters provide in Inuit Nunangat? How can hunter support programs help strike a balance between market-based opportunities and community-based commitments? In what ways are Inuit-led initiatives and Inuit-driven partnerships creating new opportunities for economic diversification?
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Hunters provide essential services to communities
Hunters’ skills have cross-sector applicability
Translating the hunter role into a job profile
Inuit-led initiatives and
Inuit-driven partnerships drive economic diversification
Appendix A: Methodology
Appendix B: Bibliography