Events & News
August 14 2023
From 22 to 23 August, 2023, the MinErAL Research Network, the Sustainable Minerals Institute (SMI), the Pacific Centre for Social Responsability and Natural Resources (PACSEN), and the Centre National de Recherche Technologique (CNRT) are organizing a seminar in Brisbane.
May 15 2023
The Knowledge Network Mining Encounters and Indigenous Sustainable Livelihoods (MinErAL Network) is pleased to announce the creation of the International Associated Laboratory (Morocco-Quebec): Sciences environments, societies and mining activities (LIA Sesam)!
January 26 2023
On December 13 and 14, 2022, the Knowledge Network Mining Encounters and Indigenous Sustainable Livelihoods (MinErAL Network) and the Quebec Mining Association (QMA) held a workshop on the implementation of Impact Benefit Agreements (IBAs) that brought together representatives of indigenous...
December 15 2022
Between October 3 and 8, 2022, as part of a travelling seminar in the Swedish Arctic, professors Thierry Rodon, Sophie Thériault and Arn Keeling, doctoral students Sabrina Bourgeois, Louise Nachet, Caitlynn Beckett and Zoé Boirin-Fargues, and Chief Réal Mckenzie had the...
December 10 2022
Discover our special issue entitled "Mining town trajectories: Cross-perspectives from Northern Fennoscandia and Québec", edited by Thierry Rodon, Arn Keeling and Dag Avango, in the latest...
May 17 2022
From 25 to 27 April, the international conference Mining the Connections was held at the Château-Laurier Hotel in Quebec City.
Beyond Hot Air. Dialogue and knowledge weaving around critical raw materials supply for the “green” transition
This international cooperation activity will establish a dialogue-based initiative for boosting cutting-edge critical,
theoretical and applied research on the mining of...
Interactions between International Trade and Investments Law and Indigenous Peoples’ Rights in mining projects
Trade and investment agreements are key elements of mining projects. In particular, decision to invest in a mining project depends on the existing legal protection provided by bilateral or...
Negotiated agreements now constitute a critical component of almost all encounters between Indigenous peoples and the extractive industry in Australia and Canada, and are rapidly becoming more...