Gonèk’e (Gone-eh’-kay) (Translation: Our Land).
Modern treaties are difficult to negotiate, and just as challenging to implement. The Modern Treaty Implementation Research Project is hosting a webinar series over the next six months called “Gonèk’e: Our Land” highlighting research and providing a platform for Indigenous experts and practitioners to highlight their work and knowledge in modern treaty implementation.
Join us June 28, 2021, at 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm MST for the first in a series of five webinars in 2021 exploring the themes behind the Modern Treaty Implementation Research Project.
Gonèk’e: Our Land – UNDRIP and Modern Treaties (June 28, 2021)
What are the implications of the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) on modern treaty implementation—and vice versa? This webinar will highlight expert perspectives on the relationship between UNDRIP and modern treaties in a panel discussion moderated by Dëneze Nakehk'o (Dene Nahjo):
· Hayden King (Anishnaabe) (Ryerson University) will speak to the importance of a monitoring mechanism for UNDRIP implementation
· John B. Zoe (Tłı̨chǫ) (Tłı̨chǫ Government) will present how UNDRIP can be a tool to build on Indigenous strengths
· Jennifer Duncan (Dehla Got’ine Dene) (Duncan & Co) will provide an overview of her experiences at the UN permanent forum on Indigenous Peoples and Treaty negotiations
· Matt Mehaffey (Mehaffey Consulting) will present on treaty financing and UNDRIP