INDIGENOUS PEOPLES

Welcome to the Indigenous Peoples Task Force at the Parliament of the World's Religions

The Indigenous Peoples’ Task Force at the Parliament of the World’s Religions is thrilled to be planning our next program for the 2021 Parliament of the World’s Religions.

The livelihood, dignity, relationships and equality of Indigenous Peoples everywhere in the world is reflected in the mission of the Parliament of the World’s Religions. For over 25 years, Indigenous Peoples have been active in the Parliament, sharing cultural and spiritual wisdom, developing connections among Indigenous communities and with our siblings in humanity of hundreds of spiritual paths, With each subsequent Parliament, our presence deepens and grows, now encompassing more than 50 unique Indigenous communities from around the world.

Indigenous Peoples’ touch the Parliament of the World’s Religions through profound and sacred engagements at its major international Parliament convening, in programming at the United Nations, and in far-reaching advocacy on urgent issues including the protection of sacred Indigenous sites, and all of life itself. From cross-cultural dialogue among youth to activism led by honourable Indigenous Elders and Wisdom Keepers, there is a place for all to come and experience authentic , meaningful, and purposeful engagement of Indigenous rights, issues, and cultures.

The 2021 Parliament of the World's Religions

Building from a long history of participation from Indigenous Peoples’, the Indigenous Task Force and Indigenous Working Group Co-Chairs invite you to participate in the robust program by proposing a program, purchasing a booth, volunteering with the working group, hosting a pre-Parliament event, or becoming a sponsor.

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