IFAD approves new policy on engagement with indigenous peoples

The International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), one of the specialised agencies of the United Nations, has released its new policy on working with indigenous peoples. The policy respects and upholds the principle of free, prior and informed consent for indigenous peoples.

New FPP Publication: Indigenous Peoples and United Nations Human Rights Bodies

A tool for organisations advocating for the effective implementation of indigenous peoples’ rights worldwide.   'A Compilation of the United Nations Treaty Body Jurisprudence and the Recommendations of the Human Rights Council, Volume III' outlines the standards set by treaty bodies until December 2008.

Follow-up to CERD about Nepal's new constitution

Submission to the Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination concerning the exclusion of indigenous peoples from the process of drafting Nepal's new constitution. Submitted by ten indigenous peoples organisations and FPP