Hall of Fame Winners 2021

Winners representing the very best people, businesses, campaigns and initiatives across 10 categories were selected by an independent panel of judges from across the indigenous business world and awarded to those individuals who continue to represent the value indigenous business can bring to global prosperity.

Congratulations to all the winners of the World Indigenous Forum Hall of Fame!

Meet the Hall of Fame Winners at this year's online event on 13-14 January.

Activism and Sovereignty

Activism and Sovereignty

Qivioq Nivi Lovstrom, Anthropologist, Indigenous Activist, Advisor for Global Indigenous Youth Caucus
Business Skills Training

Business Skills Training

Marcelo Zaiduni, Former Vice Minister of Traditional Medicine of the Plurinational State of Bolivia

Community Leadership

Community Leadership

Christiane Waneissi, Vice Presidente, Talents Calédoniens Association and Member of the Association Femmes Chefs d'Entreprises
Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship

Keikabile Mogodu, Spokesperson of Botswana Khwedom Council
Female Enterprise and Innovation

Female Enterprise and Innovation

Balkisu Buba, Vice National Coordinator REPALEAC Cameroon

Governance, Coaching and Empowerment

Governance, Coaching and Empowerment

Rod Little,  Former Co-Chair of National Congress of Australia’s First Peoples
Grassroots Activist

Grassroots Activist

Jacinto Pio, Chairman of ACC & ANO in Angola
Human Rights and Child Education

Human Rights and Child Education

Angela Godfrey-Goldstein, Israeli Peace & Anti-Apartheid Activist

Innovation and Technology

Innovation and Technology

Didja Djibrilla, Gender Manager and Assistant Treasurer, Association of Indigenous Peoples of Chad. Association of Fulani Women and Indigenous Peoples
Trailblazer

Trailblazer

Alice Ndlovu, Director of Operations and Administration at the Muonde Trust

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