First Peoples Worldwide addresses the unique social and environmental impacts of development in Indigenous communities, while preparing current and future leaders to meet the pressing social responsibility challenges facing today's businesses.
First Peoples Worldwide Annual Report 2021-2022
Dear Friends: It is through First Peoples Worldwide’s role as a convener, connector, and amplifier that we are privileged to be a part of mainstreaming the rights of Indigenous Peoples through the capital markets... Read more
New Research from First Peoples Worldwide Showcases Indigenous-Led Solutions and Opportunities within Native Food Supply Chains
Data Recognizes Historic Harms and Contemporary Challenges, and Demonstrates Native Food’s Intrinsic Sustainability, Self-Determined Value,... Read more
'Lead the Charge' Campaign Launches with Scorecard Tracking Human Rights and Environmental Policy in the EV Supply Chain – Most Automakers Fail Indigenous Rights Due Diligence
While Lead the Charge analysis found that several companies are already working to ensure clean and equitable supply chains, Indigenous Peoples’ rights were the lowest-scoring category among 18 top-selling international automakers. Read more
Building the Business Case for Respect for Indigenous Peoples
Top Background Image: The Coastal Plain of the Arctic Refuge is sacred to the Gwich’in Nation and other Indigenous Peoples in the region, photo by Lisa Hupp/USFWS in the public domain.
Bottom Background Image: The Menominee River is sacred to the Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin, photo courtesy of the Bureau of Land Managment in public domain.