Resources

Annual Report 2018

Global news in 2018 made hard reading. Forest peoples who we support faced intimidation and murder.

Challenges and opportunities in the adoption of community forestry in RoC

In the absence of a land tenure system establishing clear collective ownership rights, community forestry now appears to be the most efficient option to secure customary land tenure in Congo. However, despite the opportunities that community forestry offers for IPLCs to secure customary land rights and improve their livelihoods, a number or constraints and challenges persist in relation to land tenure insecurity and overlapping.

Developing the global post-2020 framework to protect biodiversity

This technical submission into the CBD process for elaborating a post-2020 global biodiversity framework provides views from the International Indigenous Forum on Biodiversity, the International Women’s Biodiversity Network, Forest Peoples Programme, and several indigenous peoples' organisations and networks.

Forest Peoples Programme Annual Review 2017

Nearly all forests across the globe are inhabited and the peoples who live there have customary rights and ways of life and traditional knowledge that are attuned to their forest environments.

Revisión anual del Forest Peoples Programme de 2017

Casi todos los bosques del planeta están habitados y los pueblos que viven en ellos tienen derechos consuetudinarios así como modos de vida y conocimientos tradicionales que están en sintonía con sus entornos forestales.