International Indian Treaty Council

Working for the Rights and Recognition of Indigenous Peoples

International Indian Treaty Council

Working for the Rights and Recognition of Indigenous Peoples

Defending Human Rights

Food
Sovereignty

Environmental Health

Treaties & Standard Setting

The International Indian Treaty Council (IITC) is an organization of Indigenous Peoples from North, Central, South America, the Arctic, Caribbean and Pacific working for the sovereignty and self-determination of Indigenous Peoples and the recognition and protection of Indigenous rights, Treaties, traditional cultures and sacred lands.

Founding Purposes

Participation
Treaties
Rights
Solidarity
Information
Offices

Upcoming Events

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5th International Indigenous Corn Peoples Conference Sept 22-25, 2022

September 22September 24

5TH INTERNATIONAL INDIGENOUS CORN PEOPLES GATHERING NAADĄ́Ą́’ NIHE’IINA’ BITSÁSILÁ “CORN IS THE FOUNDATION OF OUR LIFE”   SHIPROCK, DINÉ BÍ KEYAH, DINÉ (NAVAJO) NATION, NEW…

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THE 5TH INTERNATIONAL INDIGENOUS CORN PEOPLES CONFERENCE

September 22 @ 8:00 amSeptember 24 @ 5:00 pm MST

NAADĄ́Ą́’ NIHE’IINA’ BITSÁSILÁ “CORN IS THE FOUNDATION OF OUR LIFE” SHIPROCK, DINÉ BÍ KEYAH, DINÉ (NAVAJO) NATION, NEW SEPTEMBER 22-24, 2022 This conference will bring…

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IITC does not receive any state or federal funding. Instead, we rely on the generous support of foundation grants, Indigenous Nations and Tribes, and contributions from private donors, friends and allies to sustain our work. Please consider contributing to support the work of IITC. Whether it be monthly giving or a one time donation, any amount helps and all are tax deductible.