Indigenous First Nation Advocacy South Africa
managed by A. Williams
Indigenous First Nation Advocacy South Africa (IFNASA) is structured on three fundamental pillars:
1. To provide Leadership, Education (including Academic Papers) and Awareness to the Indigenous First Nation of South Africa also known as Coloured’s (which happened primarily through forced assimilation) and the broader society.
2. To occupy the vacuum left as it pertains to Legal issues, Community – People Development and related issues, including Coloured Identity Morph and Land Restitution and Recompense.
3. To provide a Local, National and International Platform for Consultation, Dialogue and Conflict Resolution between the Indigenous First nation with Government, Traditional Groups and International Aborigines and relevant stakeholders.