Kiya Bruno (Samson Cree First Nation) performing a jingle dance at the FAO Indigenous Youth Forum, Rome, October 2023
© Images/Video: Kiya Bruno, Kirsten Chaimberland & Abby D'Souza (Ărramăt Project)
Strengthening Health And Wellbeing Through Indigenous-Led Conservation and Sustainable Relationships With Biodiversity
A team of Indigenous organizations, governments, university researchers, and other resource people working together on research and action in support of the health and well-being of the environment and people. Arramat is working to strengthen Indigenous voices and capacities to document their knowledge about the importance of the whole environment (including biodiversity) to the health and well-being of their communities.
The outcomes of the Arramat project research will support Indigenous leaders who want to be heard by local-national-global governments and organizations and address current problems of the environment and human health. Together we can develop a strong voice for protecting the environment in ways that benefit Indigenous peoples.
Our team is being led by: