About Sinchi Tribe

Indigenous and tribal communities from all over the world have been affected by globalisation. We feel it is imperative that there are sustainable projects in place for the survival of such groups and to ensure future generations are able to retain their traditions and ancestral knowledge.

We feel it is equally important that society in general has a greater understanding of the culture and way of life of such groups, relating to community and their relationship to nature. What we learn, we hope assists in creating positive cooperation and trusted relationships working towards a better future for all.

Each year, we will launch a discovery project working with different indigenous communities around the world, starting with Australia in 2016 and South America in 2017. Visits will be supported by active social media and press campaigns to develop fundraising, enabling the involvement of both the public and organisations. In addition, there will be a number of ambassadors to the group including global brands and influential figures from legal, business, sports and creative industries.

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We have a number of exciting campaigns and projects which are focused on raising awareness, funds and bringing people together around the world through the arts.

  • The global fundraising campaign

    To be launched after the project with a full global press campaign and a variety of rewards available for supporters

  • International Photography Competition

    Together we are Stronger; photos can come from tribal or urban indigenous communities. Judged by world renowned photographers: Jimmy Nelson and Daniel Linnet.

  • Electronic Music Compilation

    Aboriginal music will be recorded and shared with acclaimed electronic music producers from around the world.

  • Global Brand Partnerships

    We are establishing strategic partnerships with carefully chosen brands to share the Sinchi message and collaborate on press / fundraising activities.

  • Events

    All events will initially be hosted in 2016 in the UK, Netherlands and Australia and include photography, performance, club and festival activities.

For further information on any of the above, please contact Director Tom Wheeler