Registration is now open for the “Making Treaties Work for Future Generations” implementation research panning conference on December 7 & 8, 2015. This unique event will bring together 150 modern treaty holders, academics and government officials to talk and think about what existing research on treaty implementation tells us about implementation, and develop a plan for guiding modern treaty research into the future.
MAKING TREATIES WORK FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS: IMPLEMENTATION RESEARCH PLANNING CONFERENCE
DATES: December 7 & 8, 2015
LOCATION: Tabaret Hall, 550 Cumberland Street, Ottawa (on the University of Ottawa campus)
- Government / Other $395 (+hst)
- LCAC Members / Academics $195 (+hst)
- Students $95 (+hst)
TO REGISTER: Follow link to register on-line: http://www.cvent.com/d/8rq6vf
GUEST ROOM BLOCK: Novotel Ottawa (500m walk from Tabaret Hall)- $119/night (+taxes). Call 1-855-677-3033, and quote “Booking Code: 281950” for the special rate.
QUESTIONS: Contact Rebecca Shrubb, Conference Administrator, email firstname.lastname@example.org or tel 226-567-4792
Hosted by the Land Claims Agreements Coalition in collaboration with the Civil Law Section of the University of Ottawa, this conference will be hands-on and results oriented: participants will identify and frame a modern treaty research agenda for the upcoming years. A summary agenda is attached; a list of confirmed speakers is available on the registration website listed above. Please note also that the much-anticipated book from the LCAC Royal Proclamation Symposium entitled “Keeping Promises” will be launched during an open reception on Dec 7 as part of this conference.
Making Treaties Work will be the start of a new era of modern treaty research in Canada. You need to be a part of it.
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