Indigenous web round-up

Every month we share indigenous news, stories and media from around the world in our round-up. With a focus on arts, culture & promoting the strength of indigenous knowledge. We also introduce new members who have joined our global collaboration network. This week, we’re happy to feature: Independent arts + culture print publication Majestic Disorder , creating [...] Continue Reading

Indigenous web round-up

Every month we share indigenous news, stories and media from around the world in our round-up. With a focus on arts, culture & promoting the strength of indigenous knowledge. We also introduce new members who have joined our global collaboration network. This week, we’re happy to feature: Kaya volunteer; cultivating educated, compassionate global citizens through [...] Continue Reading

Indigenous web round-up

Every month we share indigenous news, stories and media from around the world in our round-up. With a focus on arts, culture & promoting the strength of indigenous knowledge. We also introduce new members who have joined our global collaboration network. This week, we’re happy to feature: Treecreds: a support, management, advocacy and promotional agency [...] Continue Reading

Women bathe in the river and clean fish once the fog is gone. “Kabia!” is a collective wish for a good day and for the sky to clear. The Indians go up prepare lunch - monkey meat and manioc flour. “We are the tortoise and the government is the tapir,” concludes Solano Akay Mundurukú, chief of Waro Apompu village, after telling a story in which the tortoise waits patiently for the right time to attack its enemy.

Indigenous web round-up

Every month we share indigenous news, stories and media from around the world in our weekly round-up. With a focus on arts, culture & promoting the strength of indigenous knowledge. We also introduce new members who have joined our global collaboration network. This week, we’re happy to feature: The Indigenous Peoples of Africa Co-ordinating Committee [...] Continue Reading

Indigenous web round-up

Each week we share indigenous news, stories and media from around the world in our weekly round-up. With a focus on arts, culture & promoting the strength of indigenous knowledge. We also introduce new members who have joined our global collaboration network. This week, we’re happy to feature: Dutch NGO FERN, concerned with counceling of [...] Continue Reading

In the morning, children walk along the railway line in Kibera going to school. Education is still a big challenge in the slum, however most children achieve a secondary level education due to the support of numerous charities and non-governmental organizations based in Kibera. January 10, 2017. © Brian Otieno

Indigenous Web Round-up

Each week we share indigenous news, stories and media from around the world in our weekly round-up. With a focus on arts, culture & promoting the strength of indigenous knowledge. We also introduce new members who have joined our global collaboration network. This week, we’re happy to introduce: Our own Sinchi Ambassador, photographer and Aboriginal [...] Continue Reading

Indigenous Web Round-up

Each week we share indigenous news, stories, and media from around the world in our weekly round-up. With a focus on arts, culture & promoting the strength of indigenous knowledge. We also introduce new members who have joined our global collaboration network. This week, we’re happy to introduce: Honoring ancestral wisdom through preservation of the [...] Continue Reading

Indigenous Web Round-up

Each week we share indigenous news, stories, and media from around the world in our weekly round-up. With a focus on arts, culture & promoting the strength of indigenous knowledge. We also introduce new members who have joined our global collaboration network. This week, we’re happy to feature: Co-creative platform of transformation and innovation in [...] Continue Reading

Indigenous Web Round-up

Each week Sinchi shares indigenous news, stories and media from around the world in our weekly round-up. With a focus on arts & culture and promoting the strength of indigenous knowledge. We also introduce new members who have joined our global collaboration network. This week, we’re happy to feature: Sounds & Colours Magazine: South American [...] Continue Reading

Indigenous Web Round-up

Each week Sinchi shares indigenous news, stories and media from around the world our weekly round-up. With a focus on arts & culture and promoting the strength of indigenous knowledge. We also introduce new members who have joined our global collaboration network. This week, we’re happy to feature:  Indigenous Movement – They aim to foster the creation [...] Continue Reading

Indigenous Web Round-up

Each week Sinchi shares indigenous news, stories and media from around the world our weekly round-up. With a focus on arts & culture and promoting the strength of indigenous knowledge. We also introduce new members who have joined our global collaboration network. This week, we’re happy to feature: Dedicated group of East Arnhem Land individuals [...] Continue Reading

Indigenous Web Round-Up

Each week Sinchi shares indigenous news, stories and media from around the world in our weekly round up. With a focus on arts & culture and promoting the strength of indigenous knowledge.   We also introduce new members who have joined our global collaboration network.  This week, we’re happy to feature; Adventurous musical recording with indigenous musicians: Small Island, [...] Continue Reading

Indigenous Web Round-Up

Each week Sinchi shares indigenous news from around the world in our weekly round up. With a focus on arts & culture and promoting the strength of indigenous knowledge.   We also introduce new members who have joined our global collaboration network.  This week, we’re happy to feature; NL-based magazine and platform for curated experience Let’s Explore Magazine  [...] Continue Reading

Indigenous Web Round-Up

Each week Sinchi shares some of the most interesting articles and news from the indigenous world. A mixture of old and new but all worth checking out. Weekly Round Up – 23rd November 2016. Uncontacted Yanomami Indians photographed This week, indigenous rights organization Survival published photos of groups of Yanomami Indians in Brazil that have [...] Continue Reading

Indigenous Web Round-Up

Each week Sinchi shares some of the most interesting articles and news from the indigenous world. A mixture of old and new but all worth checking out. Weekly Round Up – 17th November 2016. ———————————————————————————————————– Amsterdam stands with Standing Rock Being based in Amsterdam we felt it was about time to publish something about our [...] Continue Reading

Indigenous Web Round-Up

Each week Sinchi shares some of the most interesting articles and news from the indigenous world. A mixture of old and new but all worth checking out. Weekly Round Up – 10th November 2016. ——————————————————————————————————————————————————— An Aboriginal mission to Europe -to negotiate the return of centuries-old artefacts– has made a shock discovery in a Berlin [...] Continue Reading

Sinchi Ambassador – Wayne Quilliam

Sinchi is proud to be working alongside acclaimed aboriginal photographer Wayne Quilliam. Following Sinchi’s discovery project with various aboriginal communities in Australia during 2016, we shared some of our experiences and subsequent goals with Wayne Quilliam. We were delighted to make an instant connection based on our shared belief in instigating positive social change through the power of [...] Continue Reading

Sinchi Community Support and Objectives

Sinchi Discovery Project Australia – Preservation of Indigenous Culture and Learning from Ancient knowledge Sinchi is a not for profit organization that has been created to work throughout the world in the field of Human Rights with a special interest on the preservation of indigenous culture and children’s rights. Sinchi is founded by Tom Wheeler [...] Continue Reading

Totem 002 – Christopher Coe

Our second featured guest is Christopher Coe, an Irishman who has spent most of his life in Australia and now resides in Amsterdam, where he has set up and managed a great electronic music production studio in collaboration with Beatport and ID&T. Long term practising Buddhist and  all round great guy who values the breaking of [...] Continue Reading

The Sinchi Symbol

Following a number of enquiries and questions, we’d like to tell you more about the Sinchi logo…. It is an aboriginal icon that represents meeting place (concentric circles) and journey path (lines) . The meeting place is culturally a significant site to Aboriginal men and women. The colours used represent the red earth and our [...] Continue Reading

Totem 001 – Iron Gump

We’re delighted to launch the new Community area of the Sinchi Tribe site.  Within this area, we will feature inspirational people from around the world, who are instigating positive change in their own way. This could be individuals working with communities, in sustainable projects or artists / musicians who help us connect more deeply to ourselves and the [...] Continue Reading

Sinchi Launch Event

Our inaugural event will be hosted on Saturday 24th September, 2016 at Pllek in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Continue Reading

Sinchi International – the network

Sinchi International is a global network of likeminded individuals who are passionate about human rights and related issues . We work together towards achieving sustainable change on both a local and international level. Continue Reading

Discovery Project…

'If you have come to help me, you are wasting your time; but if you are here because your liberation is bound up with mine, then let us work together'. Lilla Watson Continue Reading

What’s in a Name?

Sinchi is a *Quechuan word. Its signifies strength, courage and leadership. This represents the core values of the organisation; that is the strength to stand up for what is right and the courage to take action, against injustices. * Quechua is the name of the people and language spoken by up to 11 million people in [...] Continue Reading