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Reports

Mni Ki Wakan
Reports are developed by indigenous peoples, youth, and allies each year at the Mni Ki Wakan: World Indigenous Peoples' Decade of Water.

The Mni Ki Wakan Reports are the guiding frameworks and language of this indigenous water movement. The ideas, consensus, and recommendations of the global indigenous community guide the Indigenous Water Assembly, partners, and relationships in the development of Mni Ki Wakan.

Reports are integrated into collaboration, partnerships, and recommendations made at the United Nations, elevating the voices of indigenous peoples on water to a global scale.

Mni Ki Wakan Reports

Mni Ki Wakan Interventions on Water at the United Nations

Mni Ki Wakan Interventions on Water at the United Nations

For several years, the Mni Ki Wakan: Indigenous Water Assembly has made distinguished recommendations for the future of water, globally. Journeying to the United Nations high-level Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, and the Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, Mni Ki Wakan has coordinated water recommendations in their stakeholder reports at the UN.

United Nations Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

Indigenous Water Assembly

Indigenous Water Assembly

Meet our members
The indigenous water assembly is dedicated to the respect and protection of water. Members are from diverse regions of the world community and carry out diverse areas of water governance centering indigenous knowledge.
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Have any Question?

Frequently asked questions

Indigenous-led orgaizations working on related areas of water, environment, and human rights are invited to contact Mni Ki Wakan. We would like to learn more about your work, and if there is prospect for collaboration.

Mni Ki Wakan centers the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples as a framework for respectful collaboration and partnership.

Allies can become more impactsful by having a foundation understanding of indigenous peoples’ human rights and what respect means in lieu of the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.

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Mni Ki Wakan is funded by responsible and trusted donors who have demonstrated a positive record with indigenous communities and support indigenous values.

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