Since 2002, Thydêwá has been working to promote intercultural dialogue between indigenous people and mainstream society and thus social regeneration for all.
It seeks to regenerate intercultural relations through the production and dissemination of materials concerning indigenous cultures and the promotion of ‘intercultural encounters’ for sharing and dialogue. In this way it looks to reduce prejudice on both sides, and encourage the valorisation of cultural diversity in dialogue.
Given the close relationship between indigenous communities and the natural environment, Thydêwá also works to promote natural resource regeneration based on indigenous principles. Our ‘intercultural encounters’ seek to improve the wellbeing of all participants and that of the planet too.