The Indigenous Partnership’s mission is to improve ways of linking indigenous people and local communities interested in pursuing self-determined development. We facilitate such communities in taking a leadership role in agrobiodiversity dialogues.
We work to promote a dialogue between indigenous people, agricultural research and advocacy groups. We act as an instrument for communication between diverse indigenous groups, and eventually develops a mechanism to promote this local knowledge so it can have a place on the agenda of international research and advocacy bodies.
- Partner organization from Meghalaya-NESFAS activates its “No one shall be left behind” project supported by REC
- In loving memory of (L) Rev. Anthony Abong B Marak
- Our sincere condolences to the family of Sara Manetto on the passing away of her mother, Ms. Liliana Fiorentino.
- International Youth Fellowship Program 2017
- A Loss to the Indigenous Network: Dr. Bhuwon Ratna Sthapit, Community-based Agrobiodiversity champion, passes away.
Our festivals, researches and programs are a medium to capture the rooted stories of indigenous people. We share this rich narrative and invite your journey too.
Save the date! We are building a calendar of world events that influence and are influenced in turn by the indigenous think tank. Follow and mark this calendar.
The indigenous world is rich with festivals and ceremonies that celebrate and earmark significant aspects of mother earth in different parts of the world. We invite your contributions to this rich harvest.