Embargoed for 11.30 am local time Barcelona on Tuesday 7th October 2008
Bajo embargo hasta las 11:30hs hora local de Barcelona del martes 7 de octubre de 2008
Launched at the IUCN World Conservation Conference, Barcelona, this interim report is a review of 8 country studies which indicate that despite a commitment to respect the rights of indigenous peoples in protected areas, conservationists have failed to deliver on this promise.
Part of FPP's series on Forest Peoples and Protected Areas
Indigenous peoples in Paraguay express their concerns at not having been consulted on government plans for REDD related to the World Bank's Forest Carbon Partership Facility.CAPI letter to the World Bank local office (only available in Spanish)
Los pueblos indígenas de Paraguay comunican inquietudes al Banco Mundial sobre la falta de consulta previa acerca de la solicitud al BM presentada por el gobierno nacional sobre REDD.Carta de CAPI al BM (solamente disponible en español)
Training guide providing an overview of the African system for the promotion and protection of human and peoples' rights, as developed under the umbrella of the African Union. A reference tool for indigenous peoples seeking to defend their rights in Africa
Clear guide explaining what to do if a company, with a loan from the IFC, is planning to develop projects near a community's customary landsPart of the Forest Peoples Programme series, 'Indigenous Peoples & World Bank Projects - Guide to IFI standards'October 2008
Guía clara les dice qué hacer si una empresa tiene planeado llevar a cabo proyectos cerca de los tierras ancestrales de una comunidad, utilizando un préstamo de la Corporación Financiera Internacional (CFI)Octubre de 2008
A synthesis of training materials devised for communities and companies, and also local government, about how successful procedures can be carried out in line with the principle of FPIC - free, prior and informed consent - to enable indigenous peoples, local communities and other stakeholders to express their views in negotiations and for these views and wishes to be included in the RSPO's decision-making processes.