Confederation of Self-Determined Indigenous Nations
Self Determination is a human right and a cardinal principle of international law. Organizations like the United Nations believe that people have the right to choose their sovereignty and international political status without outside interference
Although most can agree on this, the question of how to ensure self-determination for all is always subject to debate. With thousands of movements around the world representing Indigenous cultures, it is clear that people are choosing to exercise their right to self-determination like never before.
With a large, connected network of tribes, nations, and Indigenous nations from all over the globe, the struggle for cultural freedom and the right to Self Determination becomes a winnable battle that we all wage together, presenting a unified front. Whether recognized by the state or federal government or not, we all want the freedom to choose what is best for our people. From Aboriginal peoples in Australia and First Nations peoples in Canada to establish, but federally unrecognized tribal nations in the United States, we can guarantee a bright future for our people, while ensuring our culture and our rights are respected.