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FPP E-Newsletter October 2011 (PDF Version)

Dear Friends,

In Africa, Asia and Latin America alike, forest peoples are speaking out against the continuing violations of their rights imposed by development and conservation plans that ignore their interests and deny them a voice. They go beyond resistance, insisting on their own ways of managing their lives, lands and forests.

E-Boletín FPP Octubre 2011 (PDF Version)

Estimados amigos:

Tanto en África, como en Asia y en Latinoamérica los pueblos de los bosques están alzando su voz contra las continuas violaciones de sus derechos impuestas por planes de desarrollo y conservación que hacen caso omiso de sus intereses y les niegan su derecho a opinar. Estos pueblos van más allá de la resistencia, insistiendo en sus propias formas de manejar sus vidas, sus tierras y sus bosques.

Indigenous peoples and United Nations human rights bodies Volume IV 2009-2010 - A compilation of UN treaty body jurisprudence and the recommendations of the Human Rights Council

This document contains Volume IV of the series of compilations of United Nations human rights bodies’ jurisprudence pertaining to indigenous peoples and covers the years 2009 and 2010. It includes all of the UN treaty bodies and the recommendations of the Human Rights Council's Universal Peer Review mechanism.

Also see Volume I: 1993-2004, Volume II: 2005-2006, Volume III: 2007-2008 and Volume V: 2011-2012 under related reports.