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Take Action in Support of Indigenous Guardianship

Join us in elevating the work of our partners and supporting our shared vision of a world where Indigenous guardianship of thriving homelands and waters is enabled everywhere possible on Earth.

There are many ways you can take action alongside Nia Tero and in solidarity with our Indigenous partners. Get involved by uplifting Indigenous Peoples leading the way, sharing our campaigns, subscribing to our podcast, and engaging with our community of Indigenous creators.

Events

Attend Upcoming Events

Nia Tero offers a wide variety of events hosted by our teams and partners. From policy panels, to screenings with Indigenous filmmakers, to webinars, to conferences on technology and innovation, take a look at our offerings and register to attend.

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Skábmagovat 2024 FILM ÁHKUIN SÁPMI/FINLAND

January 25, 2024 - February 02, 2024

Skábmagovat - Indigenous Peoples' Film Festival

ÁHKUIN World Premiere

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Fellowships

We offer multiple fellowships to support Indigenous Peoples’ creative endeavors, community leadership, policy-making, and cultural continuity. Learn more about each opportunity on our Fellowships page, and apply to become a Nia Tero fellow.

Seedcast

Subscribe to Our Podcast

Listen to Seedcast and leave us a review! Seedcast is a narrative podcast, produced by Nia Tero, in which we dig up, nurture, and root stories of the Indigenous experience from around the world. Seedcast can be found on Buzzsprout, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to podcasts, as well as right here on our website.

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Seedcast

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Kin Theory

Join Our Family of Creators

Kin Theory is an Indigenous media makers database that fosters a global community of creators who can connect, share resources, and collaborate.

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INDIGENOUS PEOPLES' DAY

Join us in uplifting Indigenous women leaders while honoring Indigenous Peoples' Day and International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples. Learn more about our Thriving Peoples. Thriving Places. campaign.

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