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UNESCO will urge Peruvian government to reconsider Camisea gas expansion plans that threaten the rights of isolated indigenous peoples and the integrity of Manu National Park

Five Indigenous People’s organisations (AIDESEP, FENAMAD, ORAU, COMARU and ORPIO) have written a letter to the UN Special Rapporteurs for food, adequate shelter and on the rights of indigenous peoples requesting that they urge the Peruvian government to cancel its imminent plans to expand oil and gas development within the Territorial Reserve in favour of the Kugapakori, Nahua, Nanti and other ethnic groups in voluntary isolation or initial contact in South Ea

UNESCO reclamará al gobierno peruano reconsiderar sus planes de expansión del proyecto gasífero Camisea que amenazan los derechos de pueblos indígenas en aislamiento y al Parque Nacional Manu

Cinco organizaciones de pueblos indígenas en Perú (AIDESEP, FENAMAD, ORAU, COMARU y ORPIO) enviaron una carta a los relatores especiales de las Naciones Unidas sobre el derecho a la alimentación, vivienda adecuada y los derechos de los pueblos indígenas, donde les solicitaron que reclamen al Estado peruano la cancelación de la inminente expansión de desarrollos de petróleo y gas en la Reserva Territorial del Estado a favor de los grupos étnicos en aislamiento volun

Joint civil society open letter to the President of the World Bank, Dr. Kim Jim, regarding the on-going review of World Bank safeguard policies

Joint NGO letter to World Bank President raising concerns about the Bank's Investment Lending Review (ILR) process and related initiatives including the Bank-IFC public private partnership (PPP) reform plans. The letter calls on the Bank to link the ILR Process to its wider safeguard update efforts to ensure consistency and prevent dilution of safeguard standards [September 2012].

What is REDD+? A guide for indigenous communities - New edition

The 3rd edition of 'What is REDD+? A guide for indigenous communities' is now available here. This book seeks to help indigenous communities and their organisations to provide their people with basic information on REDD+. It is intended as a guide in understanding climate change, REDD+ and how they relate to the recognition and exercise of the collective rights of indigenous peoples.