Tribees supports the world we want.
We are a tech-nature company delivering technologies that create real solutions to heal our planet, support communities, children and preserve ancient cultures.
Partners who stand with us.
Creating a better world for our planet, children and ancient cultures – together.
Shifting our collective shopping habits is our last chance at a sustainable future.
For the planet.
YOUTHTOPIA is a community centric platform with learning at its core. YOUTHTOPIA will be the global number one “go-to” HQ for young changemakers.
YOUTHTOPIA provides space that brings young people together, ignites their passions and grows their skills to become active changemakers. This will be done by creating short & meaningful peer to peer programs guided by the 17 Sustainable Development Goals.
These programs are made by the frontline young changemakers for the rising young change maker.
For youth by youth
For the children.
The mission at HRF has evolved from the simple notion of providing youth with a fun camp experience to improving young lives and creating a positive impact across South LA.
HRF invests in students, their families, their schools and their communities. Bringing youth and parents from Watts and Compton out for a safe, nurturing, and enriching experience at no cost to them, and use that experience to foster positive discourse, provide tools for reflection, and help young men and women set goals to rewrite the future of their school and their community.
For ancient cultures.
Tribees has partnered with the Euahlayi Nation to help test a new Tribees application designed to save endangered languages around the world.
A language is lost every 14 days!
Tribees cultural advisor is Michael Anderson (Nyoongar Ghurradjong Murri Ghillar).
Michael Anderson (Nyoongar Ghurradjong Murri Ghillar) is an Aboriginal rights activist, leader of the Euahlayi tribe of 3,000 people living in north-western New South Wales, and Native Title claimant to their traditional lands on their behalf.
YARN Australia was founded by Warren Roberts in 2007 in Sydney on Bidjigal Country to encourage Australians to build intentional relationships with Original Sovereign Nations of Australia through storytelling, events and workshops.
Our's is a story of collaboration through events and workshops with schools, universities, communities, organisations, festivals and individuals, to enact a vision of a more unified and inclusive Australia.
It begins in 2007 at The Armidale School where Warren Roberts had been a student. Warren established a Cultural Program at the school providing students with the opportunity to ask questions and learn more about Original Sovereign Nations of Australia of their culture and history. The Program was also discussed at the Presbyterian Ladies College (PLC) in Armidale, as Warren met with their prefects to initiate a conversation there.
Later that year YARN Australia was officially founded at the University of New South Wales with the goal of uniting Original Sovereign Nations of Australia and non-Indigenous Australians through workshops and events held within safe and respectful spaces. Initially, these spaces were focused in universities, but they have since expanded throughout the community, and across the continent.
Tribees wishes to acknowledge the original Clans of the 13 rivers (Budtherum-Dreaming) of the Bundjalung nation, all custodians and caretakers of the east coast “first light dreaming” as well as All Original nations coast to coast on country.