Work in Progress - help add please, write me at [email protected]
Tinku is a small group of people in Aalborg who dedicate their time to promote intercultural exchange and information in order to assist the indgenous people in Latin America.
- Information about indigenous peoples in Latin America
- a place to volunteer on the topic
- events and gatherings
- a magazine for paying members
- To promote awareness about the difficulties that indigenous people in Latin America commonly encounter
Other relevant information
- Founded in: 1994
- Religious or political affliations: none
- Open for new members: yes
- Membership requirements: You may join activities for free but if you wish to support the group it is 50 kr. the first year and 100kr. there after, which is to cover the expense for sending out relevant information.
- Contact information: Aalborg Phone: +45 98 11 78 95
- Website: Click here
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