UN75: Indigenous Voices / Listening for Tomorrow

This UN75 Moderated Dialogue brings together cultural leaders working with First Nation communities in the United States and Canada to explore indigenous cultural knowledge and experience. Following the unprecedented impact of COVID-19, the discussion is set against the dual crisis of a global pandemic and a environmental emergency, discussing indigenous values, wisdom and culture as vital drivers for the activation and implementation of the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

Release Date

June 2020

Project Artists

Locations

UNITED NATIONS
NEW YORK

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