FPP's report of activities for its charitable arm, over the year 2003
Forest Peoples Programme Briefing Paper: a reference tool and comparative review
We, the participants of the workshop on Carbon sinks and trade, dams, rivers linking and extractive industries: New Terms & Mechanisms for further expropriation & Livelihoods Threats to Peoples in India’s North Eastern Region, Guwahati, 16-18 November 2003 re-iterate the following positions taken by our brothers and sisters in other fora concerning the preservation of our environment and survival of our peoples:
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Commentaires sur l’IPDP du PSFE et du PNDP
34th session. Day of general discussion on the rights of indigenous children
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Using illustrations and examples from relevant legal cases and decisions, this report provides guidance on how to file a complaint with the ILO. It also reviews indigenous peoples’ rights under ILO Conventions 107 and 169.
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Durban document aims to save remaining bits of natural environment: report in The Mercury about the World Parks Congress
Call for action by the participants at the IUCN World Parks Congress 2003, Durban
Proposed action plan IUCN World Parks Congress 2003, Durban
Indigenous peoples displaced in the name of conservation make tracks for the Durban environment congress: report in the Guardian
The theme of the Vth World Parks Congress “Benefits Beyond Boundaries” suggests that the Congress will focus on addressing people’s needs and providing a stream of economic, political and environmental benefits to societies worldwide.