Iqaluit Meet, November 2009

Iqaluit Meet, November 2009

This website highlights the Northwest Territories subnodal activities of the Social Economy Research Network of Northern Canada (SERNNoCA), a five-year pan-Northern initiative dedicated to interdisciplinary research in the social economy.

The network involves a number of University partners providing research expertise and direction for the 4 main research themes of the program. Each territory will be a sub-node of the network. In addition to research seeking to conceptualize and inventory the social economy in the North, the network will investigate the particular relationships that exist between social economy and indigenous cultures, resource regimes, and the state.

This network is part of the Canadian Social Economy Suite funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC). The Suite involves practitioners, researchers, community partners and civil society and consists of six regional research centres across Canada and a National Research Hub:

Network Affiliates