GET INVOLVED IN A GLOBAL COMMUNITY
Collaborate with over 300 individuals from 69 countries around the world and counting
ACTIVE MEMBERS PROVIDING ENGAGED LEADERSHIP
WINTA is an Indigenous-led global network of Indigenous and non-Indigenous interests that seek to give practical expression to the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples through tourism. WINTA collaborates with Indigenous communities, tourism industry entities, states, and NGOs, which have an interest in addressing the aspirations of Indigenous peoples seeking empowerment through tourism and producing mutually beneficial outcomes.
Currently, the WINTA Network is made up of over 300 individuals representing more than 45 countries around the world.
FACILITATE THE EXCHANGE OF INFORMATION AND A DEEPER UNDERSTANDING
WINTA supports the exchange of information regarding social, environmental, cultural, and economic opportunities and challenges related to Indigenous Tourism development around the world.
OPPORTUNITIES FOR PEER-TO-PEER ENGAGEMENT
WINTA as an organization works to open and support a dialogue within the tourism industry about Indigenous values and beliefs that foster positive and sustainable social, environmental, cultural, and economic outcomes for all people.
BECOME A PART OF THE WINTA NETWORK
Examples of support may be as simple as providing expertise or guidance to other network members, making strategic introductions, or sharing ideas, resources and opportunities as an active participant on our social sites like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. More direct contributions in the form of pro-bono services or donations to help further the mission and activities of the WINTA organization are also greatly needed and appreciated.
WORK WITH WINTA
To achieve WINTA objectives, we are continually seeking like-minded partners from across the globe to facilitate Indigenous and non-Indigenous relations. You will find all WINTA Expressions of Interest, Requests for Proposals or volunteer opportunities.
No opportunities at this time (updated 02.04.19)