India Logan-Riley

India Logan-Riley

WWF New Zealand

India Logan-Riley (Ngāti Kahungunu ki Heretaunga) works in many different areas across the multiple communities she is a part of. With a background in archaeology and anthropology, India has worked in museum spaces focussing on pre-colonial history, cultural sovereignty and taonga care. More recently, India has been conducting her activism in the climate justice space, incorporating kōrero on tino rangatiratanga and eco-feminism. Having the privilege of attending the UN climate talks in ‘15 and ‘16, working in the Pacific team as a part of the Indigenous Peoples’ Caucus, India is now channeling her learning into growing the resilience and adaptability amongst rangatahi Māori to take on the intersectional challenges that we have both inherited and will be facing in the future.