Participation is free. Donations are welcome. Registration is open.
The objective is two-fold: to raise awareness of Indigenous tourism options around the world and to improve digital literacy skills among the Indigenous tourism providers themselves.
The week focuses attention on August 9, the International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples.
Indigenous Peoples Week takes place everywhere at once, so consider this page the conference hub.
As a non-traditional unconference, participants are asked to actively use the social web a way to curate and share stories relevant to Indigenous travel and tourism. Highlights are featured on http://www.slideshare.net/planeta/indiweek2017
Other venues for conversations during the week are the Facebook event page.
Everyone’s invited. Our circle of conversation includes Indigenous and non-indigenous peoples around the world.
Most of this event takes place online. We encourage and amplify the announcement of local, physical events around the world.
Become social web literate by registering and participating on a few social web channels or apps.
Levels of Engagement – Be creative and make something. Be generous and encourage someone else. Applaud the work of others who inspire and be generous. Strive toward empathy – consider someone else’s point of view. All of this may sound like a lot, but if you take the deep dive this week, you’re to be surprised by what you learn and what you contribute.
Ayuuk: Kajpïn jayïta xyëëta
Diné (Navajo): Diné Bikéyah Yikáá’ Hólóonii Baa Ákohwiindzin
Estonian: Põlisrahvaste nädal
German: Die Woche der indigenen Völker
Finnish: Alkuperäiskansojen viikko
Hungarian: Bennszülöttek hete
Karelian: Alkuperäinen rahvahan netäli
Khanty: Там Лапт шоши Мир емн, хатл
Māori: Te Wiki o Te Tangata Whenua
Mari: Тӱп калык-влак арня
Maya: U k’iinilo’ob wayil kaajo’obe’
Russian: Hеделя коренных народов
Quechua: Sumaj wauky sumaj kuraj
Spanish: Semana de los Pueblos Indígenas
Swedish: Ursprungsbefolkningarnas vecka
Udmurt: Выжы калыкъёслэн арнязы