Photo courtesy of Razelle Benally (Oglala Lakota/Diné) from the film MURDER IN BIG HORN.

January 18, 2023

Narrative Sovereignty is Reaffirming Indigenous Guardianship at Sundance Film Festival

Nancy Kelsey

At the Sundance Film Festival, taking place January 19-29 in Utah, audiences will have a robust selection of a dozen Indigenous made films that tell the stories of the first peoples from lands around the world. Nia Tero is proud to support Sundance.


Jennifer (Jing) Tauli Corpuz. Photo by Matthew Omilianowski.

December 23, 2022

Q&A with Jennifer (Jing) Tauli Corpuz on COP15 Goals and Outcomes

Nancy Kelsey and Jennifer (Jing) Tauli Corpuz

We reflect on the outcomes of COP15, the UN Convention on Biological Diversity, with Jennifer (Jing) Tauli Corpuz (Kankana-ey Igorot), Nia Tero Managing Director of Policy.


Valerie Courtois

December 9, 2022

Will the world join Indigenous peoples in relationship with nature at COP-15? (commentary)

Jennifer Tauli Corpuz and Valérie Courtois

At COP15, Jennifer Tauli Corpuz and Valérie Courtois share: "We are peoples of place — our relationship with our lands and waters have sustained us for millennia. What happens to one species or ecosystem has immeasurable impacts on our way of life."


Jing portrait arms crossed 16x9

December 8, 2022

We Indigenous Peoples are Rights-Holders, not Stakeholders

By Jennifer Tauli Corpuz and Stanley Kimaren Ole Riamit

At COP15, Jennifer Tauli Corpuz (Kankana-ey Igorot) and Stanley Kimaren Ole Riamit (Maasai) share: “In the UN negotiations, Indigenous Peoples are not just stakeholders. Instead, we are rights holders.


Loren Waters (Cherokee/Kiowa) in attendance at 4th World Media Lab Summit 2022

October 14, 2022

Indigenous Storytelling as a Way to Connect to and Protect Land – Reflections from Camden International Film Festival 2022

Loren Waters (Cherokee/Kiowa)

Hear from Loren Waters (Loren Waters (Cherokee/Kiowa) as she reflects on time spent at Camden International Film Festival (CIFF) 2022 with 4th World Media Lab Summit.


Thriving Peoples. Thriving Places. artwork in Auckland (Aotearoa). Photo courtesy of Amplifier.

October 9, 2022

Indigenous Peoples' Day - October 10, 2022: Thriving Peoples. Thriving Places.

Join us in uplifting Indigenous women leaders on Indigenous Peoples’ Day and every day.