From 6-9 June 2019, a regional workshop in Community Based Monitoring and Information System (CBMIS) was held in Chiang Mai, Thailand. It was organised with the Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact (AIPP) and Forest Peoples Programme.
FPP and signatory organisations from around the world have sent an Open Letter to WWF International, calling for thorough, fair and transparent investigations into serious allegations of abuses in WWF projects in Cameroon, Nepal, India and elsewhere.
Forest Peoples Programme endorses and supports a joint AIPP-IWGIA letter calling for the Indian Central Government to immediately reverse the order of February 13th 2019, and to ensure that all rejection of claims under the Forest Rights Act are revie
"Currently, we, the indigenous people, traditional villagers and forest people, and the places where we are living are under pressure and face sustained injustice and social tension due to large-scale “development’ activities conducted by plantation and commercial logging companies."
A landmark declaration in 2010 brought human rights abuses by business activities into the spotlight. Since 2017, we have seen significant advances in legislating requirements for human rights due diligence in key markets, and in 2018 negotiations began on a possible Binding Treaty on business and human rights.
More than 200 Indonesian organisations have sent an open letter to the President of the Republic of Indonesia, the President of the Council of the European Union, and Leaders of the EU Member States highlighting the harmful impacts of the palm oil sector in Indonesia.
Lebih dari 200 organisasi Indonesia telah mengirim sepucuk surat terbuka kepada Presiden Republik Indonesia, Presiden Dewan Uni Eropa, dan Para Pimpinan Negara Anggota Uni Eropa yang menyoroti dampak berbahaya dari sektor minyak sawit di Indonesia.
Jakarta – A civil society coalition took action outside the Environment and Forestry Ministry on Friday (23/03/2018), protesting a permit to release state forest land near the Wosimi River in Naikere and Kuriwamesa subdistricts of Wondama Bay Regency, Papua Barat which was issued to an oil palm company, PT Menara Wasior.
Jakarta - Sebuah koalisi masyarakat sipil melakukan aksi di luar Gedung Kementerian Lingkungan Hidup dan Kehutanan (KLHK) pada hari Jumat (23/03/2018), memprotes penerbitan izin pelepasan kawasan hutan negara dekat Sungai Wosimi di kecamatan Naikere dan Kuriwamesa, Kabupaten
The Forest Peoples Programme is shocked and dismayed at the inclusion of key human rights defenders in the recent Philippines Government petition labelling a large number of individuals in the Philippines as ‘terrorists’. The inclusion of these individuals, and those similarly dedicated to the peaceful realisation of human rights, constitutes an attack on the struggle of indigenous peoples for equitable realisation of their rights, including their rights to lands, resources, cultures and collective futures.
Forest Peoples Programme adalah organisasi hak asasi manusia yang telah mendedikasikan diri untuk bekerja bersama organisasi dan gerakan masyarakat adat dan hutan untuk kemajuan hak asasi manusia selama beberapa dekade.
FPP and Both ENDS have provided a submission for the UN Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, Vicky Tauli-Corpuz, as a contribution to her crucial thematic report on the criminalisation of indigenous peoples.
FPP dan Both ENDS telah memberikan usulan (hanya tersedia dalam bahasa Inggris) kepada Pelapor Khusus PBB tentang Hak-hak Masyarakat Adat, Vicky Tauli-Corpuz, sebagai kontribusi terhadap laporan tematiknya yang penting mengenai kriminalisasi masyarakat adat.
The UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (UNCERD) has again reminded the Royal Thai Government of its human rights obligations towards the Karen people in Kaeng Krachan National Park, and more widely to support and promote the retention and celebration of Karen culture as per the Royal Thai Government resolu
“For indigenous peoples, the environment is inextricably linked to every aspect of their lives and survival. They are the pillars of sound environmental governance.” – with these words Tan Sri Razali Ismail, from the Human Rights Commission of Malaysia (SUHAKUM), welcomed participants to the 6th Southeast Asian Conference on Human Rights and Agribusiness.
"Bagi masyarakat adat, lingkungan tidak terpisahkan dari setiap aspek kehidupan dan kelangsungan hidup mereka. Lingkungan adalah pilar tata kelola lingkungan yang sehat."- dengan kata-kata ini, Tan Sri Razali Ismail dari Komisi Hak Asasi Manusia Malaysia (SUHAKUM) menyambut para peserta Konferensi Asia Tenggara tentang Hak Asasi Manusia dan Agribisnis ke-6.
Following the submission of inputs on the human rights situation in Indonesia and Papua by indigenous peoples' organisations for the UN Universal Periodic Review in September 2016, the United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (CERD) has considered, under its early warning and urgent action procedure, allegations of excessive use of force, arrests, killings and torture of persons belonging to the Papuan indigenous people in West Papua, Indonesia
In an unusually strongly worded formal communication to the Royal Thai Government, the UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination has expressed its serious concerns regarding the eviction of Karen communities from the area of Kaeng Krachan National Park, and the subsequent nomination of the park as part of a World Heritage Site.