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Appels à une protection accrue des droits autochtones dans le secteur agro-industriel en Asie du Sud-Est

« Pour les peuples autochtones, l’environnement est étroitement lié à chaque aspect de leur vie et de leur survie. Ils sont les piliers de la bonne gouvernance de l’environnement ». C’est avec ces mots que Tan Sri Razali Ismail, de la Commission des droits humains de la Malaisie (SUHAKUM), a salué les participants à la 6e Conférence de l’Asie du Sud-Est sur les droits humains et l’agro-industrie.

Declaration by indigenous women at the 57th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW)

FIFTY SEVENTH MEETING OF THE COMMISSION ON THE STATUS OF WOMENFrom 4 to 15 March 2013, United Nations, New York

Reaffirming the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action Beijing, the Beijing Declaration of Indigenous Women, the twenty-third special session of the General Assembly and declarations adopted by the Commission during the tenth and fifteenth anniversaries of the Fourth World Women,

FPP series on Forest Peoples and Protected Areas

This series of eight country studies and a synthesis report review the progress of the application of indigenous peoples' rights with regards to protected areas since 2003. By considering the views of governments, funding agencies, conservation organisations and indigenous peoples' organisations, these studies assesses the extend to which recommendations and resolutions from the Durban 2003 World Parks Congress, the 4th World Conservation Congress in Barcelona and the Convention on Biological Diversity have been followed up on and enacted.