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BLOG: Learnings on gender from the Congo Basin

As a human rights organisation, gender justice is a fundamental principle of our work, and we have long been conscious of, and sought to address, the barriers to effective participation in decision-making by women. This blog summarises some of the experiences and learnings from our fieldwork in the Congo Basin over the past 5 years, on how to improve women’s effective participation at the community level.

BLOG: Apprentissages sur le genre dans le bassin du Congo

En tant qu’organisation de défense des droits humains, la justice entre les sexes est un principe fondamental de notre travail. Nous sommes depuis longtemps conscients des obstacles à la participation effective des femmes, à leur implication dans les processus décisionnels, et des autres violations des droits humains auxquelles elles sont confrontées en raison de leur sexe.

BLOG: “Without our forest, we have no life, we disappear”

A member of one of Cameroon’s Baka Communities in the Ngoyla Mintom area, talks about being driven out of his ancestral forests, and the issues his people face on a daily basis through lack of land rights and lack of access to food, medicine and education.

BLOG: « Sans notre forêt, nous n'avons pas de vie, nous disparaissons »

Un membre d'une des communautés baka du Cameroun dans la région de Ngoyla Mintom, parle d'être chassé de ses forêts ancestrales et des problèmes auxquels son peuple est confronté quotidiennement, à cause du manque de droits fonciers et du manque d'accès à la nourriture, médecine et éducation.

Indigenous peoples declare state of environmental emergency in the Peruvian Amazon

Communities in the Bajo Huallaga area of the Peruvian Amazon declared an “environmental and territorial emergency” on 16 September this year following serious and ongoing impacts on their natural resources, territories and inhabitants caused by land grabs and deforestation of their lands by loggers and palm oil companies.