Partners

Our partners include indigenous organizations, non-governmental organizations, international agencies, academic institutions, and governments, among others. Together, we work to promote self-determination, cultural diversity, and environmental sustainability, and to support indigenous-led initiatives and projects that empower communities and strengthen their resilience.

At the Asian Indigenous International Network (AIIN), we believe in the power of partnerships and collaboration. We work with a diverse range of partners and allies, who share our commitment to advancing indigenous peoples' rights and well-being, and who bring different skills, expertise, and resources to our shared work.


At AIIN, we value our partnerships and the contributions of our partners, and we strive to build strong and mutually beneficial relationships based on shared values and goals. We welcome new partnerships and collaborations, and we believe that by working together, we can create positive change for indigenous peoples and for the world.

Some of our key partners include:

Indigenous organizations: We work closely with indigenous organizations across Asia and beyond, to promote indigenous peoples' rights and concerns, and to support their development and advocacy efforts. Some of our partners include:
Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact (AIPP), 

Indigenous Peoples Alliance of the Archipelago (AMAN), 

National Federation of Indigenous Peoples in Nepal (NEFIN),

Indigenous Peoples Forum Odisha, India,
Bunong Indigenous People Association-Combodia,
Global Home for Indigenous Peoples,

Non-governmental organizations: We collaborate with a range of non-governmental organizations, who share our commitment to social justice, human rights, and environmental sustainability. Some of our partners include:
Cultural Survival, and the International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs (IWGIA),
Himalayan Peace Foundation,
McGill University's Center Human Rights and Legal Pluralism,
Agency of Development Initiatives- Kyrgyzstan,

International agencies: We engage with international agencies such as the
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP),
United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP),
International Labour Organization (ILO),
United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC),

United Nations The Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights  (UNOHCHR),

Food and  Agriculture Organization (FAO),
United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (UNPFII)

 
We promote indigenous peoples' rights and concerns, and to influence policy and decision-making processes at the national and international levels.

Academic institutions: We partner with academic institutions, who conduct research and provide training on indigenous peoples' issues, and who support our capacity-building and knowledge-sharing efforts.

Governments: We collaborate with governments, who have a role to play in promoting and protecting indigenous peoples' rights, and who can support our advocacy and project development efforts. Some of our partners include:
Government of Nepal,
Government of the Philippines,
Government of Norway,
Government of Netherlands,

Government of Tajiksthan,
Government of India,
Government of Canada,
Government of Mexico,
Government of New Zealand,

Government of Chile,

Russian Federation,

People's Republic of China and more