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    The Renaissance of Relationship

    Navigating the challenges of the globalization of Traditional Indigenous Medicines

    Since 2010, The International Center for Ethnobotanical Education, Research, and Service (ICEERS) has studied the complexities and challenges of the globalization of traditional Indigenous medicines, such as ayahuasca, iboga, and others. We work globally for the health, safety, and fundamental rights of all communities involved. ICEERS has had United Nations Consultative status since 2016 and is based out of Barcelona, Spain.

    We are dedicated to building strong alliances between community representatives, Indigenous leaders, government agencies, the scientific community, and NGOs. Our goal is to evolve our relationship with these Indigenous medicines and traditional knowledge-holding communities, and together create systemic change and transform our relationship with Life.