Seeking a Communications Coordinator

POSTING NOW CLOSED: Terralingua is seeking an independent contractor to support our organization with its social media and external communications needs on a part-time basis. If you’re someone who has education or equivalent work experience in communications and if you have an interest in cultural diversity, linguistic diversity, and biodiversity — aka biocultural diversity —

FirstVoices Celebrates 20 Years of Indigenous Languages

For Terralingua, the links between nature, culture, and language are inextricable, yet also vulnerable to the homogenizing effect of globalization and a handful of dominant languages. Diversity in all its forms is a precondition to long-term ecological resilience — not only for Indigenous lands and cultures but also for our entire planet. We refer to

Changes to Langscape Magazine Subscriptions

After careful consideration, we are making some changes to the way we offer Langscape Magazine. Since we moved from producing two annual issues of the magazine to only one, double-sized annual issue per year, there simply hasn’t been enough of a good reason to continue to offer subscriptions. And many of our supporters have clearly

Looking for a Logo Designer!

Terralingua is looking for a talented graphic designer to help with a logo design for the Indigenous Youth Storytellers Circle (IYSC). The IYSC is a Terralingua project that began in 2019 as an official project of the UN’s International Year of Indigenous Languages. Since then, more than 60 talented young authors, poets, artists, photographers, and

Year-End Message from Dr. Luisa Maffi

Dear Terralingua Friends and Supporters, If you are like me, these days you may be asking yourselves how to keep a positive outlook in the midst of one of the darkest periods in recent history! With war raging on several fronts, social and political tensions and strife all over the world, the ravages of climate

Donate to Support Biocultural Diversity!

People often ask us what they can do for biocultural diversity. These are people who know full well that diversity in both nature and culture is vital for the survival and thriving of life on this planet. Yet, they feel overwhelmed by the existential crisis we face here on earth: climate change, biodiversity loss, ecosystem

Get Our Latest Issue of Langscape Magazine!

For this issue of Langscape Magazine, we asked our contributors some thought-provoking questions: Can we have rights without responsibilities? Is today’s predominant focus on rights distracting us from paying attention to the other side of the coin: our fundamental responsibilities toward one another and toward the earth? Can we achieve a biocultural resurgence — a

Send A Story for Our Next Issue of Langscape Magazine

Territories of Life Call for Stories

We’re inviting Expressions of Interest on the theme of “Territories of Life: Sources of Biocultural Diversity, Resilience, and Self-Determination” for Langscape Magazine, to be published in 2024. [UPDATE: The Call for Stories is Now Closed] “Territories of life” includes — but is not limited to — Indigenous and Community Conserved Areas (ICCAs) and Indigenous Protected

Send Your Story to the Indigenous Youth Storytellers Circle

Indigenous Youth Storytellers Circle Call for Stories

We’re calling for stories from young Indigenous people from around the world. If you’re a young Indigenous person up to 35 years old, we invite you to join the Indigenous Youth Storytellers  Circle! [UPDATE: The Call for Stories is Now Closed] Your story can be about any of the following four areas, or any combination

Collaborate with Us! We’re Seeking an Executive Assistant

Thank you for your interest! The APPLICATION PERIOD is CLOSED: No longer accepting applications.  Terralingua is a small international nonprofit organization that for over 25 years has been a pioneer and recognized leader in promoting understanding and appreciation of the value of diversity in both nature and culture (“biocultural diversity”) for the thriving of life