• Churchill Food Security and the UNDRIP – a community-based development project

    The project will in part focus on stories/records that link residents to the Metis heritage of the region and consider these connections under the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) as well as current policies at the federal and provincial levels of government. The meeting agenda will include discussions on optimal […]

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  • Peruvian Potato Initiative

    The potato park is a social, cultural and economic initiative led by six indigenous communities comprised of more than six thousand people, and it is located in the biodiverse environment of the Peruvian Andes near Cusco. In order to promote ancestral agricultural methods and technologies the Potato Park is based on Andean […]

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  • Educational videos series

    Our Educational Video Series aims to provide clear explanations of various international laws and principles and why they are important to Indigenous and local communities. Our first one is on intangible heritage and it features speakers in French and English with subtitles for the other language. We are in the process of making more: let […]

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  • Malawi Seed Project

    We assist retired Montreal teachers who undertake yearly visits to Chilanga, Malawi, in support of various projects. The teachers’ ties to Chilanga include family members and close friends. Nomomente funding has paid for seeds intended for planting in the form of trees and community gardens. The goal of this ongoing project is to partner with […]

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  • Ecohealth

    Health is increasingly understood as having interrelated ecological, cultural, social and economic dimensions. In 2014 Nomomente helped support members from PAMANA (National Alliance of Small Fishers and Communities Managing the Coast and Marine Sanctuaries of the Philippines), Bisaya (Pambansang Alyansa Ng Mga Maliliit Na Mangingisda at Komunidad na Nangangalaga ng Karagatan at Sanktwaryo sa Pilipinas) […]

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