Working with tribes and communities ​to align human laws with natural laws since 2014

MOVEMENT RIGHTS works for climate justice, the rights of Indigenous peoples and Mother Earth/Nature.

We are in the streets, in the news and in the courts, providing research and reports, convening strategic gatherings, speaking at the UN, community meetings, regulatory hearings, and more. We work with national and global climate allies, sovereign Indigenous Nations and communities. We have helped thousands of people connect the dots between the critical time we find ourselves in and the solutions that Indigenous people have always known: human activity must take place within the natural system of laws that govern life on Earth.

Our latest webinar

Indigenous leadership of Rights of Nature on Turtle Island is critical at this time on Mother Earth. The goals of this webinar are to share the experiences of those tribes who have recognized Rights of Nature in tribal law with each other; to share those experiences with others considering this path; and to explore Indigenous-led experiences regarding the rights of the waters. Speakers include: Casey Camp Horinek, Ponca Tribe of OK, First tribe to pass Rights of Nature and Rights of Climate Deon Ben, Navajo tribe, working with Colorado Plateau Tribes on Rights of Nature Julian Matthews, Nez Perce Tribe, Rights of the Snake River Kelsey Leonard, Shinnecock Indian Nation, Indigenous Water Rights Pennie Opal Plant, Yaqui, undocumented Choctaw and Cherokee, Co-founder, Movement Rights

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