Where: Ōtaki, New Zealand
When: Mon 8th May 2017 to Tue 9th May 2017 (2 days)
is a rare opportunity for funders and indigenous leaders and groups to meet together in the Pacific. The focus of the meeting is on climate change and fresh clean water, food sovereignty, education, traditional knowledge and indigenous youth development. IFIP is the only global affinity group dedicated to Indigenous Peoples. IFIP increases the knowledge and understanding of the unique issues related to funding Indigenous Peoples and promotes innovation and effectiveness within the grantmaking community.
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