Indigenous Relationships to Land
Intergovernmental Relations and Multilevel Governance
Treaty Financing and Fiscal Relationships
Implementation Evaluation and Socio-Economic Impacts
Indigenous and Settler Legal Systems

Gonèk’e: Our Land – Webinar Series on Modern Treaty Implementation

Tlicho Pronunciation: Gone-eh’-kay; Translation: Our Land

Research Theme: All (Project Lead and Management)

Modern treaties are difficult to negotiate, and are just as challenging to implement. The Modern Treaty Implementation Research Project is hosting a webinar series called “Gonèk’e: Our Land” highlighting research being done associated with the project, as well as providing a platform for Indigenous experts and practitioners to highlight their work and knowledge.

The project brings together researchers from across Canada who will work alongside land claim practitioners from members of the Land Claims Agreements Coalition, on a national, six-year $2.5 million SSHRC Partnership Grant that aims to conduct research with Indigenous governments, Indigenous communities, and other policymakers on modern treaty implementation. The project is producing diverse and nuanced understandings of modern treaty implementation, acting as a powerful and transformative basis for critiquing and innovating treaty implementation approaches.

The webinar series will be of primary interest to land claims practitioners and beneficiaries, government policymakers and administrators, academics, and citizens interested in learning more about current issues and innovations in treaty implementation.

Webinar 1: Gonèk’e: Our Land – UNDRIP and Modern Treaties 

  • The first webinar "UNDRIP and Modern Treaties" took place on June 28, 2021.  Find out more and view the webinar here.

Webinar 2: Gonèk’e: Our Land – Land Back and Modern Treaties 

  • The second webinar "Land Back and Modern Treaties" took place on April 4, 2022.  Find out more and view the webinar here.