FPP manda carta al Gobierno de Nicaragua expresando su satisfacción con la entrega del título de propiedad a la Comunidad Awas Tingni y expresando preocupación por las recientes amenazas contra la Comunidad que requiere acción inmediata del Gobierno
Draft of full document showing consolidated changes suggested by indigenous peoples’ representatives
Commissioner Soyata Maiga, Special Rapporteur on Women's Rights in Africa, heard directly from indigenous women about the difficulties that they and their communities face, at a special event held at the African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights.
La Commissaire Soyata Maiga, Rapporteuse spéciale sur les droits des femmes en Afrique, a entendu directement des femmes autochtones les difficultés auxquelles celles-ci et leurs communautés doivent faire face, lors d'un événement spécial organisé à la Commission africaine des droits de l'homme et des peuples.
The opening ceremony of the 44th Ordinary Session of the African Commission on Human and Peoples Rights took place yesterday in Nigeria's capital, Abuja. Attending the ceremony were 10 indigenous and civil society delegates from Central Africa, supported by Forest Peoples Programme. The delegates are taking the opportunity of the Session to directly inform the Commission of the issues facing indigenous peoples in their home countries.
Nadine Mballa, CED, Cameroon
Why have you decided to attend the African Commission? I came here because FPP gave me the opportunity. I am working on the indigenous issue and the African Commission allows NGO representatives to speak on human rights issues. I am here to try to bring awareness of violations of indigenous peoples' rights in my country.
Nadine Mballa, CED, Cameroun
(Avec autorisation de la Commission d'intervenir sous l'ombrelle de Forest Peoples Programme - ONG partenaire avec le statut d'observateur)
Madame la Présidente, Honorables Commissaires, mesdames et messieurs.
Report by the Government of Uganda to the African Comission on Human and Peoples' rights presented at the 44th ordinary session Abuja, Federal Republic of Nigeria, November 10th - 24th 2008
Presented at the 44th Ordinary Session Abuja, Federal Republic of Nigeria 10-24 November 2008. Read the report in English here.
Forest peoples and indigenous women speak out at the 44th Session of the African Commission on Human and Peoples Rights - Nigeria
Des peuples des forêts et des femmes autochtones prennent la parole à la 44ème Session ordinaire de la Commission africaine des droits de l'homme et des peuples - Nigéria
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
FPP letter of concern to the Human Rights Council about the work agenda of the Expert Mechanism on Indigenous Peoples
The dispossession of indigenous land rights in the DRC: A history and future prospects
Part of FPP's series on:Land rights and the forest peoples of Africa - Historical, legal and anthropological perspectivesA series of five country studies, plus a broad overview, examining indigenous peoples' land rights in the forested countries of Africa.
Submitted to the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights and fundamental freedoms of indigenous peoples and the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the promotion and protection of human rights while countering terrorismSubmission by United NGOs Mission - Manipur (a network of 103 indigenous peoples' organisations) and the Forest Peoples Programme
Judgment of the Inter-American Court of Human Rights on Suriname's request for interpetation in the Case of Saramaka People v. Suriname