Climate change is one of the greatest threats facing humanity, but we also know it is an opportunity to create a more just and sustainable world. Indigenous peoples are among the first to face the direct consequences of climate change, owing to their dependence upon, and close relationship with the environment and its resources.
The International Indigenous Youth Conference held at Pahaoa Marae, 1 - 2 May 2018, is an opportunity for young people to discuss, develop strategies and community and take centre stage on Climate Action and Justice.
Young people are not 'the future'—they are being affected today and have ideas about how to address it today. They have to be at the table when solutions are being discussed because they are the ones who are going to have to hold people accountable to see those solutions manifested.
Limited spaces so book quick!
Ticket price includes Marae Accommodation, meals and events from 1 - 6 May 2018 including the Youth Conference (1 -2 May) as well as Redtide Summit (3 - 6 May).