Resources

Cameroon FPIC Training Materials: 'Communities in Control'

This suite of training materials has been developed for communities in Cameroon to help increase awareness of the key principles surrounding free, prior and informed consent (FPIC) and to improve the implementation of these principles in practice.

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: “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: «Sin nuestro bosque no tenemos vida, desaparecemos»

Un miembro de una de las comunidades Baka de la zona de Ngoyla Mintom de Camerún, habla de ser expulsado ​​de su bosque ancestral y de los problemas a los que se enfrenta su pueblo a diario a por la falta de derechos territoriales y la falta de acceso a alimentos, medicinas y educación.

La propiedad comunitaria en Kenia: riesgos y oportunidades

La presentación adjunta (disponible solo en inglés) fue creada en un «Foro para Comunidades sobre la Limitación de las Amenazas a la Seguridad de las Tierras Comunitarias en Kenia» realizado en Nairobi los días 14 y 15 de junio de 2018.

Indigenous peoples in Uganda release landmark document outlining their rights

At the end of three intense days of discussion, exchange and drafting, representatives from the Ik, Tepeth, Batwa, Benet and Ngikarimajong have released the Kisoro Memorandum, a definitive statement of their rights and expectations for support from their government and from other actors, including the UN system.

Where next for the Sengwer and the EU WaTER Project?

The violence the Sengwer have been experiencing at the hands of KFS has continued, but a series of subsequent events and reports have emphasised that a radical restructuring of the EU funded WaTER projects is required before it can be resumed.