What can we learn from indigenous peoples?
Indigenous peoples inhere a deep spirituality. From this original force emerges the deep interconnectedness of the peoples that links generations and allows the community to create the best for the community.
The peoples’ perception of this original force is expressed through inspiration and creativity. Both nature and creature are recognized as an inseparable part of these people. Thus, respect guides their attitude towards nature and creature.
As long as their habitats, where the pattern of life is respected and the lands are untouched, oneness thrives.
The goal of the Indigenous Peoples’ Projects of S.E.R. Foundation is to convey the experiences of unity to people of different societies, as well as support the indigenous peoples’ call for respectful treatment of their lands and culture.
Currently underway are two projects in Africa and South-East Asia.
- UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues
- Office of the United Nations High Commissioner of Human Rights
- United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization
- Committee on Rights of the Child – Rights of indigenous children
- International platform for indigenous peoples and cultural diversity