International Indian Treaty Council

As a grassroots-based, coalition-building organization the International Indian Treaty Council (IITC) effectively connects community-led work, guided by Indigenous Peoples’ visions, and amplifies their voices to address some of the most pressing issues of our time: food security, the climate crisis, biodiversity loss, and environmental contamination. IITC brings together Indigenous Peoples to develop and share successful strategies for restoring and strengthening their local food-, knowledge- and eco-systems, protecting sacred places and cultural practices, revitalizing intergenerational knowledge transmissions, and the defense of their lands, territories, waters, and resources. IITC’s unique style of advocacy connects grassroots struggles with international mechanisms.

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