The conference will be held at Mid Sweden University in Östersund, Sweden.
Östersund is located in the northern part of Sweden with a mountain view. Östersund, or Staare, is also situated in Sápmi – land of the Sami. Learn more about the Sami history, culture, religion, language and politics at samer.se/english
We suggest these activities for those who want to spend an extra day or two in our region. More information about the town and its surroundings can be found at Visit Östersund.
An outdoor museum with interactive historical depictions as well as other activities.
Located about 15 minutes outside of Östersund, this place allows you to get up close with the famed king of the forest – the Moose!
A visit here offers an insight to the traditions of arctic scandinavias indigenous people.
Swedens main mountain resort, located about an hour from Östersund. If travelling to Åre, be sure to take the short detour for a sustainable meal at the Natural cycle house.
You can easily combine your visit in Östersund with a trip to the charming town Trondheim on the Norwegian cost. Take the train across the mountains, a beautiful way to travel!
The restaurant is located at the top floor, 55 meters high up, by the ski stadium. Here you can enjoy good food and a drink with a wonderful panoramic view of the Jämtland countryside.
Unwind and soak up the tranquil luxury of the spa. A large selection of indoor and outdoor pools, saunas and relaxation areas awaits you. Experience scandinavian sauna traditions.