Associate Member Registration Indigenous Working Group, WFPHA
Welcome to the registration page for Associate Members of the Indigenous Working Group of the World Federation of Public Health Associations. Welcome to all who are interested in supporting the work of the Indigenous Working Group as non-indigenous friends and colleagues dedicated to health equity for global indigenous peoples.
If you are a member of a PHA or member organisation of the WFPHA then you are eligible to join the associate member arm of our working group.
Please fill in the fields below and answer a few quick questions for our demographics and geographical information and we will ensure you will begin to receive the updates from the interim executive as we continue to set up our operations. We are very excited about collaborating with as many of you as we can!!
Values Statement
All members and associate members must subscribe to and strive consistently to act according to the values of the working group. These are

Respect - Integrity - Trust - Harmony


By registering to be an associate member of this working group you are agreeing to work to uphold these values

United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
All work of the Indigenous working group of the World Federation of Public Health Associations is aligned with the values and aspirations of the United Nations Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous peoples.

http://www.un.org/esa/socdev/unpfii/documents/DRIPS_en.pdf

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See working group guidelines here:
http://www.wfpha.org/images/bylaws-and-co/WG_guidelines_2013.pdf

Once you have registered you will receive confirmation via email. You will then be added to a communications list and you will be updated regularly. Opportunities to be more actively involved will be coming up so keep an eye out!

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Country of Residence *
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PHA or WFPHA member organisation name *
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Occupation / Vocation
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Please tell us about any special skill set or area of expertise you might contribute to the IWG
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