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Project Access 2017 Training Session

Our Programs...

Our programs focus on power building, mobilizing partnerships, and resource sharing, among others. Project Access Indigenous Partnership seeks to strengthen the Global Indigenous Peoples Movement by contributing to leadership continuity...

Upcoming program

Freedom to Be: Indigenous Perspectives on How the Mainstream Development Model Affects Their Right to Freedom of Religion or Belief

A conversation about the intersection of Indigenous issues, the concept of freedom of religion or belief, the development paradigm and the ecological crisis. Taily Terena of the Terena Indigenous Peoples in Brazil and Yolanda Teran of the Kichwa Nation of Ecuador will join us for this panel. Roberto Múkaro Borrero, Guainía Taíno, will moderate. CEE Executive Director Karenna Gore will introduce and close the program.   


Are you an Indigenous representative looking to engage with the United Nations? Do you work with Indigenous Peoples and want to support them in their advocacy efforts? The United Nations Development Programme and Project Access Indigenous Partnership are pleased to offer a FREE self-paced introductory-level course on Indigenous Peoples at the United Nations. This course consists of three modules and brings together leading Indigenous experts who share their expertise on relevant multi-stakeholder forums.

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“[Project Access] has taught me how to work with Indigenous peoples’ representatives who have diverse backgrounds and priorities; and I’m grateful for the skills and confidence it’s given me – without which I couldn’t have drafted statements, intervened, negotiated, lobbied, and engaged in the UNPFII processes the way I have.” 

- Danika Littlechild, Ermineskine Cree (Canada), Project Access alumna
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