Jo'Hán Chánt'Ney's perseverance and determination were sufficent to allow the Legislative Branch of the Navajo Nation on 2008, to recognize Him the role of divulging the ancient Culture and Spiritual Heritage of the Diné, with the intent to inform the People of the World who exactely They are.
On 2018 the Office of the President and Vice President of the Navajo Nation welcomes Jo'Hán Chánt'Ney within the Intercultural Government Diplomatic Framework, in support of activities to protect Tribal Identity, protecting the Spiritual Heritage and Cosmogonic Symbolism belonging to the Holy People (Diyin Dinè), favoring educational programs, open intercultural channels in the world.
NNHRC provides "To protect and promote the human rights of Navajo Nation citizens by advocating equality at the local, state, national and international levels based on the Diné principles of Sa'a Naaghai Bik'e Hozhoo, Hashkééji, Hozhooji and K'é."
The Diné priciples translate to being resilient, content, diciplined and maintaining peaceful relationship with all creation.
Jo'Han Chant'Ney supports and investigates possible violations of these Diné principles in agreement to the NNHRC Office, by the Executive Director L. Morgan.