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Debut film by 14 y.o Dayak, Kynan | Youth plant for the planet | Celebrating indigenous activism in Brazil


Dear <<First Name>>,

This month we celebrate and support the past, present, and future, of indigenous action and campaigning to protect forests. Featuring inspirational projects and stories from young filmmakers and changemakers in Indonesia and the launch of a community campaign in Brazil.  

Meet Kynan Tegar, a 14-year-old, Dayak Iban filmmaker from Sungai Utik, West Kalimantan. Pursuing his passion for photography, videography, nature and learning the in-depth culture of the Iban people, with us, he is launching his debut film 'Mali Umai' about a traditional Dayak Iban farming ceremony and life in the forests of Sungai Utik.

Watch and share his debut film: Mali Umai – A Dayak Iban Ritual, about his indigenous community. 
ISA is celebrating 25 years of supporting the environment and human rights in Brazil with a new campaign for the indigenous, Quilombola, riparian and extractivist communities who are resisting attacks on their rights and the destruction of their lands.

Watch the new film
While Greta Thunberg continues to fight for Climate Action every Friday in parliament, Indigenous youth in Indonesia came together in the spitit of the #Fridatsforfuture movement to restore the countries last standing forests, taking part in the Heartland Project.

Read the story.
An evening filled with music, inspirational talks, real food and group meditation to heal ourselves and the world.
Where: Amsterdam.
When: Thursday, 18 July.
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