Alianza Arkana

Through establishing grassroots alliances with indigenous and international organizations, strengthening stewardship of vital ecosystems, honoring ancestral wisdom in the creation and application of sustainable development practices, preserving cultural identity and traditions through true intercultural education, and standing in solidarity with our allies for environmental and social justice, we will ensure a clean, just, and sustainable […]

Amazonia Foundation

The Amazonia Foundation is a California-based 501(c)(4) non-profit corporation, founded in 1991. It is our mission to foster innovative and successful programs that can help stabilize the health of indigenous populations, participating in a solution to the global health crisis. History Michael Stuart Ani (Amazonia’s founder and president) had been visiting and living with tribal […]

Among the voodoo spirits

KIB (Kind in Benin/ Child in Benin) is a Dutch NGO supporting projects in Benin. Our most challenging project is to support the people of the Couffo district in Benin in their need to give an honest impression of their voodoo believe. In the western world voodoo is above all associated with mysterious rites and […]

Beyond Connections/ Converging Pathways Consultancy

Converging Pathways and Beyond Connections have partnered to form a unique approach to engagement and development of individuals and teams.  Igniting and electrifying rooms globally on creating a movement of inclusion and respect through story, experience and truth.  It is not just about engaging participants but creating a movement that outreaches and engages with a […]

Caat Projects

By collaborating with local initiatives that look to empower vulnerable communities (or groups), CAAT projects aims to bring creative and sustainable methods that help them realise their full potential. We promote: – Art, multiculturalism and diversity; – Resilience and integration of vulnerable groups; – Creative and sustainable solutions. We organize several events within the EU […]

Chris Hopkins

Chris Hopkins is a freelance documentary photojournalist based in Melbourne, Australia. Born and raised in rural Victoria, Australia, Chris travelled extensively internationally for six years before embarking on a photographic career. After graduating from college in 2010, Chris’ creative and intuitive eye for a story saw him hired by one of Australia’s largest daily newspapers; […]


CINEBLEND FESTIVAL is the new name for the Beeld voor Beeld festival, a yearly documentary film festival focusing on issues of cultural diversity, now in its 27th year. Rooted in visual anthropology, the festival screens documentaries on various (sub)cultures, offering discussions and seminars. The festival serves as a meeting place for filmmakers and audiences from […]


CRAZYWISE is a documentary produced and directed by Phil Borges and Kevin Tomlinson, seeking answers to the question: What can we learn from those who have turned their psychological crisis into a positive transformative experience? During a quarter-century documenting indigenous cultures, human-rights photographer and filmmaker Phil Borges often saw these cultures identify “psychotic” symptoms as […]

Culture is Life

 By listening to the knowledge shared by our leaders and our young people, by raising awareness through campaign work, and by activating change through supporting the implementation of Aboriginal led and determined solutions that we know work, Culture is Life engages networks to address the disparities faced by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and […]

Down to Earth

Leaving the rat race behind, a family of five embarks on the journey of a lifetime and made a documentary about it. They travel the ends of the earth searching for a new perspective on life. During five years on six continents they seek out tribal sages never filmed or interviewed before. DOWN to EARTH […]