focusing on indigenous peoples' rights and extractive industriesby Forest Peoples Programme and Tebtebba Foundation
see related report: 'Submission to the UN Racial Discrimination Committee (CERD) on the situation of indigenous and tribal peoples in Suriname', June 2006
Decision of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights in Case 12.338 Twelve Saramaka Clans (Suriname)
Interpretation of the 15 June 2005 judgement on the preliminary objections, merits and reparations (Article 67 of the American Convention on Human Rights)
Separate opinion of Judge A. A. Cançado Trindade
Marauny Na’na Emandobo / Lokono Shikwabana (“Marowijne – our territory”) - Traditional use and management of the Lower Marowijne area by the Kaliña and Lokono
Conceived as a tool to aid Suriname to implement the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), this report describes traditional methods of hunting, fishing, house- and boat-building and also details the customary laws and practices followed by these peoples to ensure that their use of the flora and fauna safeguards the rich biodiversity of the area.