The Global School of Indigenous Women Leaders of FIMI was launched on 8 February 2021

Wednesday, February 10, 2021

On February 8th, FIMI (the International Indigenous Women’s Forum) launched the 2021 edition of the Global School of Indigenous Women Leaders-a remote program this year. A record number of 35 Indigenous women from 20 countries and 28 Indigenous Peoples are participating this year. The overall program is organized in 390 hours, of which 190 hours are theoretical and 200 practical hours, which are developed over eight months, with a modular study regime. The Indigenous Peoples’ Rights Program of the Institute for the Study of Human Rights has been cooperating with FIMI since 2013 on this program and is organizing a series of 14 seminars for the Indigenous women from 12 February to 7 May.

A video of FIMI on the Global School appears here.