IBA Research Network
The Impact and Benefit Agreement (IBA) Research Network aims to connect IBA-focused researchers, consultants, IBA signatories, and Northern governmental/regulatory agencies; to identify and house all existing IBA-Focused Research, both formal and informal; to identify IBA Knowledge gaps; and to work cooperatively to address these knowledge gaps. The IBA Research Network website is hosted by CBERN, and is involved with CBERN projects.
CBERN/Naskapi Nation Public Outreach Project
The "Socially Responsible Development in the Rapidly Evolving Canadian North" project, a SSHRC funded project, aims to test the use of multi-media tools and strategies to enable greater understanding within the Naskapi Nation of current knowledge and tools with respect to mining and Aboriginal community development; and to enable the establishment of community well-being self-evaluation in order to track outcomes over time.
Mining and Aboriginal Community Health: Impacts and Interventions
A large-scale, multi-disciplinary project, funded by the CIHR and SSHRC, that seeks to fill a knowledge gap regarding the impacts of mine development on Aboriginal community health in Canada. CBERN is providing website hosting and support for this project.
ERE Online Dialogue Series
The aim is to create a forum for targeted multi-stakeholder discussion in order to identify knowledge gaps in industry implementation of CSR practices and standards and to use these insights to create a platform for generating new research to address these gaps.