An institute that seeks to rethink the economy in terms of solidarity, cooperation and community growth.
The Ñöñho people, as part of the original peoples, have a living history. The heritage of the past, the validity of traditions and the present reality strengthen their meaning when they are projected towards a new time and when, with hope in the future, an identity in transformation and a flourishing life are cultivated.
The Ñöñho Intercultural Institute is an intercultural learning and work community that seeks to strengthen the lives of the Ñöñho peoples, their region and the world, through university education, care for biocultural wealth and the development of Solidarity Economy projects.
Embroidering lives of solidarity is how the institute places learning at the center of its work, which it conceives as a horizontal and shared action between cultures and generations.