WHY MINCA

The name Minca comes from the indigenous Quechua language in Latin America and it is described as an ancient traditional communal work in favour of the whole community. It could be a Minca to build a new school, to complete the harvest, or even to find a lost child. A successful Minca can only be carried out after deliberation and consultation with the people. Minca is still practiced in indigenous communities in Latin America.

Living in Minca is the world where we want to live, a world where people think and act collectively. Our aim is to inspire people to think and act in a collective way.

Indigenous communities

Indigenous communities