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Indigenous Biocultural Exchange Fund 2019

Indigenous Biocultural Exchange Fund 2019 (1)

The Indigenous Biocultural Exchange (IBEX) provides financial assistance to a person to attend a global biocultural event or forum of international importance that affects their territory or region of origin.

The IBEX approach examines biocultural problems: the interweaving of people and places, rich culture and ecology, but neglected. IBEX supports indigenous peoples and local communities to have a voice in policies and forums dealing with biocultural diversity worldwide (for example, in relation to the UNDRIP and other UN conventions, such as the Right to Food and the Convention on Biological Diversity).

IBEX Biocultural Exchange Fund aims to encourage an active and participatory exchange of knowledge systems, especially for, but not limited to, individuals in the following regions: the African Rift Valley, Central Asia and Turkey, the southwestern United States. UU And northern Mexico, northern Australia and Melanesia.

Of special interest are indigenous peoples and local communities that have traditionally been underrepresented in biocultural events, including, among others, women, young people and people who travel for the first time.

Deadline is October 16, 2019

  • Country: not mentioned
  • Financial coverage: Partially Funded
  • Eligible Regions: African Rift Valley, Central Asia & Turkey, Southwest U.S. & Northern Mexico, Northern Australia, and Melanesia
  • Deadline: October 16, 2019
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    Eligibility Criteria :

    • The applicant must be indigenous (definition below) or a member of a local indigenous community to be eligiable for the Biocultural Exchange Fund.
    • The modern understanding of this term used and advanced by the Permanent Forum of the United Nations for Indigenous Issues (UNPFII) is based on the following:

     

    1. Self-identification as indigenous peoples at the individual level and accepted by the community as its member.
    2. Historical continuity with pre-colonial and / or precolonial societies.
    3. Strong link with the surrounding territories and natural resources.
    4. Social, economic or political systems differentiated.
    5. Distinctive language, culture and beliefs.
    6. Form non-dominant groups of society.
    7. They resolve to maintain and reproduce their ancestral environments and systems as distinct peoples and communities.
    8. For applicants who meet the above criteria, additional preference will be given to:
      Woman
    9. Youth (18-28)
    10. Exchange of the following regions: African Rift Valley, Central Asia and Turkey, Southwest of the USA. UU And Northern
    11. Mexico, Northern Australia and Melanesia
    12. Traveler for the first time

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    Benefits :

    • A maximum of $ 5,000.00 USD is awarded to selected applicants.
    •  Based on the submission of the applicant’s budget and the availability of funds, the total prize may be flexible.

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    Application Process:

    Applications for the spring round of 2019 of this competition will be open from March 1 to April 16. All applications must be submitted by 11:59 p.m. EDT

    Applications for the fall round of 2019 of this competition will be open from September 1 to October 15. All applications must be submitted by 11:59 p.m. EDT.

    Applicants must submit an online application form that includes a detailed budget that describes expenses related to meetings, such as international air tickets, accommodation, conference fees, meals, incidentals, local transportation, and visa fees.

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