Indigenous women and economic justice

 A collective and shared reflection

Since 2021, us, indigenous elderly, adult and young women, in coordination with the Continental Network of Indigenous Women of the Americas (ECMIA), have reflected on the economy and economic justice, and have generated a vision that reflects our own cultures, realities and priorities. This path has led us to a joint and diverse reflection, in various languages and with the joint desire to build a collective instrument for training and advocacy.

The booklet entitled “Indigenous Women and Economic Justice: a collective and shared reflection” (2024), prepared by ECMIA and CHIRAPAQ Centro de Culturas Indígenas del Perú, presents these reflections and invites indigenous women and young women from all parts of the world to continue this discussion within their organizations and communities and to join us to collectively build paths that will lead us to economic justice.