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Rebecca Adamson, Founder and President


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Alliance Magazine: A Role Model for the Good Ship Philanthropy? June 1, 2012

By Caroline Hartnell, Rebecca Adamson
...As the good ship philanthropy embarks on its global mission, it could do well both to embrace the ambition and daring of Columbus and to beware the rocks on the way.

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Our Philanthropy: Is Corporate Engagement a Win-Win Model for Giving? April 2012

By Worth Haile
At a time when market volatility is affecting foundation resources everywhere, global corporate giving is bringing critical synergy and win-win models to communities all over the world. Shell Corporation...

CSRWire: First Peoples Worldwide Announces Partnership with Trillium Asset Management, February 1, 2

By First Peoples Worldwide, Trillium Asset Management
First Peoples Worldwide (FPW), a global indigenous nonprofit dedicated to strengthening Indigenous Peoples, today announced a new partnership with Trillium Asset Management...

Alternet: Are Western Conservation Efforts Causing Famine in Africa? September 20, 2011

By Rebecca Adamson
To save the African wilderness, industrialized countries are wrecking indigenous cultures and contributing to starvation. There is a better way...

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  • Month of Action #DAPL

    By: Rebecca Adamson Founder/Executive Director, First Peoples Worldwide In August 2016 the Standing Rock Sioux Tribal Chairman and Council asked First Peoples Worldwide to lead an investor engagement strategy to stop the financing going to Energy Transfer Partners (ETP) for the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL). Working with tribal governments, Native leaders, grassroots […]

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  • Call For YOUR Help!

    Dear First Peoples Worldwide Community, The Standing Rock Sioux Tribal Chairman requested one-on-one meetings with each of the 17 banks providing project level finance to the Dakota Access Pipeline. We asked them to respond by January 10. Here is the break down of the responses so far. We are making good headway. Any help with […]

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  • Mining on the Guajira Peninsula: Wayuu Communities Fight Against Coal Extraction

    Located on the border of northern Colombia and northwestern Venezuela, the Guajira Peninsula was once an ecologically rich territory, full of tropical rainforests and an array of biodiversity, flowing with a plentiful supply of clean water and air. However, since transnational companies began buying land across the peninsula in the 1980s, principally for coal extraction, […]

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