Xakriaba Free Land Camp Brazil Indigenous Because our liberation is bound together! Join us in supporting
indigenous peoples worldwide
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munduruku brazil amazon We are the people of the Tapajós We are the people
of the Tapajós
Representing 13 distinct indigenous groups
who have lived in the river basin for thousands of years.
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West Papua Campaign Free
Over 500,000 indigenous Melanesian West Papuan people
have been killed yet much of the world remains blind.
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Kichwa Sarayaku Ecuador Rainforest Secret Sarayaku SECRET SARAYAKU Misha Vallejo documenting the ancestral knowledge
and philosophy of the Kichwa people.
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Biodiversity Indigenous peoples make up less than 5 percent of the world’s population, represent 15% of the poorest but support and defend over 80 percent of the global biodiversity. Cultural diversity Indigenous cultures are distinct from dominant societies, recognise the interconnectedness of all living things and place great emphasis on their relationship to nature. Climate Change Indigenous peoples are vital to, and active in, the many ecosystems that inhabit their lands and territories and are on the frontlines protecting the environment from extractive industries. Social Justice Throughout history indigenous peoples identities, way of life and their right to traditional lands, territories and natural resource have been repeatedly violated. Ancestral Wisdom The inheritors and practitioners of these unique cultures represent a continuum of intellect and creativity throughout history. Its loss would be a loss for of humanity. .....

Decade of Action

Working with Consultancy, Environmental, Media in Global. Interested in Creating awareness, Creative Collaboration

First Peoples Worldwide

Working with Indigenous Rights in Global. Interested in Creating awareness, Creative Collaboration, Speaking at Events

Misha Vallejo

Working with Photography in Ecuador. Interested in Creative Collaboration

People’s Planet Project

Working with Documentary, Human Rights, Participatory films in Global. Interested in Creative Collaborations, Film workshops (provided), Media content (provided)

Free West Papua Campaign

Working with Environmental, Indigenous Rights in Netherlands

Anangu Ngangkari Tjutaku Aboriginal Corporation

Working with Indigenous Healing, Indigenous Medicine in Australia. Interested in Creating awareness, Creative Collaborations

Amazon Frontlines

Working with Indigenous Rights in South America. Interested in Creative Collaboration, Translators, Volunteers

NOOR Images & Foundation

Working with Media, Non-profit organisation, Photography in Netherlands. Interested in Creative Collaboration, Media content (provided)

Mabikas Foundation

Working with Indigenous Art, Indigenous Rights in Phillipines. Interested in Creative Collaboration

Cultural Survival

Working with Indigenous Rights in Global. Interested in Creative Collaboration

Indigenous Education Foundation Of Tanzania

Working with Non-profit organisation in Tanzania. Interested in Funding (requested), Publicity and speaking opportunities, Volunteers

Netherlands Association for North American Indians

in Netherlands. Interested in Creating awareness, Creative Collaboration, Funding

We Matter Campaign

Working with Indigenous Rights in Canada

Wadeken Wasjibon Maria

Working with Documentary, Indigenous Rights, Research in Surinam. Interested in Creative Collaboration

Voices of Amerikua

Working with Documentary, Media, Photography in Latin- America. Interested in Creative Collaboration

Jaguar Siembra

Working with Indigenous Projects in Colombia. Interested in Creating awareness, Creative Collaboration

The Sinchi Network

We believe mutual understanding and cooperation can only be reached through the exchange of ideas and sharing of resources. Our aspiration is to connect communities with organisations, creatives, press and venues who support indigenous causes.

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Culture takes diverse forms across time and space. This diversity is embodied in the uniqueness and plurality of the identities of the groups and societies making up humankind. As a source of exchange, innovation and creativity, cultural diversity is as necessary for humankind as biodiversity is for nature. In this sense, it is the common heritage of humanity and should be recognized and affirmed for the benefit of present and future generations

UN’s declaration on cultural diversity

Greenland Inuit Mask dance ujeerneq Sinchi indigenous artist awards WINNER 2020 Laakkuluk Williamson-Bathory READ MORE