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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.

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.

Examen annuel 2017 du Forest Peoples Programme

Presque toutes les forêts de la planète sont habitées et les peuples qui y vivent ont des droits coutumiers, des modes de vie et des savoirs traditionnels en parfait accord avec leurs environnements forestiers.

Tinjauan Tahunan Forest Peoples Programme 2017

Hampir semua hutan di seluruh dunia dihuni manusia dan orang-orang yang tinggal di sana memiliki hak adat dan cara hidup dan pengetahuan tradisional yang selaras dengan lingkungan hutan mereka.

Forest Peoples Programme Annual Review 2016

Partnership, support and solidarity are key to the work of Forest Peoples Programme. In this time of political turmoil and uncertainty, FPP's underlying philosophy remains that sustained solidarity and support for specific struggles are the most effective pathway to enduring change.

Annual Report 2015

Forest peoples and indigenous organisations in Asia, Africa, and South and Central America have made considerable progress over the last year in their work to secure their rights. Forest Peoples Programme (FPP) has continued to support forest peoples’ efforts to gain ownership of their lands, aiming to ensure that their voices are heard across the complex political and social global landscape as they assert their human rights. 

Annual Report 2014

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

Violence Against Indigenous Women And Girls: A Complex Phenomenon

This briefing note, published by the Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact (AIPP) and Forest Peoples Programme, is intended to develop discussion and thought about the complexity of the challenges of violence against indigenous women and girls. Work being done by indigenous women’s organisations in Asia and around the world has increasingly drawn attention to the need for specific analysis and understanding to be established of the nature and forms of such violence. This note also intends to shed light on the need to respect rights in totality, to simultaneously respect and protect the individual and collective rights of indigenous women.

Violencia contra las mujeres y niñas indígenas: Un fenómeno complejo

Esta nota informativa, publicada por el Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact o AIPP (Pacto de Pueblos Indígenas de Asia) y el Forest Peoples Programme tiene la finalidad de fomentar el debate y la reflexión sobre la complejidad de los retos que plantea la violencia contra las mujeres y las niñas indígenas. La labor de las organizaciones de mujeres indígenas tanto de Asia como del resto del mundo está llamando crecientemente la atención sobre la necesidad de realizar un análisis específico de este tipo de violencia para poder comprender con precisión su naturaleza y sus formas. Esta nota también tiene la finalidad de aclarar la necesidad de respetar los derechos en su totalidad, para respetar y proteger simultáneamente los derechos individuales y colectivos de las mujeres indígenas.

Violence Against Indigenous Women And Girls: A Complex Phenomenon (La violence à l’égard des femmes et des filles autochtones : un phénomène complexe)

Cette note d’information, publiée par le Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact (AIPP) et le Forest Peoples Programme, a pour objectif de promouvoir le débat et la réflexion sur la complexité des défis liés à la violence à l’égard des femmes et des filles autochtones. Le travail des organisations de femmes autochtones d’Asie et du monde entier se concentre de plus en plus sur la nécessité d’effectuer une analyse spécifique pour mieux comprendre la nature et les formes de cette violence. Cette note entend par ailleurs mettre l’accent sur la nécessité de se conformer aux droits dans leur totalité, pour respecter et protéger en même temps les droits individuels et collectifs des femmes autochtones.

Kekerasan Terhadap Perempuan Adat, Baik Tua dan Muda: Sebuah fenomena yang kompleks

Paparan teknis (briefing note) ini, diterbitkan oleh Pakta Masyarakat Adat Asia [Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact (AIPP)] dan Forest Peoples Programme dimaksudkan untuk membangun diskusi dan pemikiran tentang kompleksitas tantangan-tantangan kekerasan terhadap perempuan adat tua dan muda.  Kerja-kerja yang tengah dilakukan oleh organisasi-organisasi perempuan adat di Asia dan di seluruh dunia telah semakin menarik perhatian pada kebutuhan akan adanya analisis spesifik dan pemahaman tentang sifat dan bentuk kekerasan tersebut. Catatan ini juga bermaksud untuk menjelaskan kebutuhan untuk menghormati hak-hak secara totalitas, untuk menghormati sekaligus melindungi hak-hak individu dan kolektif perempuan adat.

Audited Financial Accounts 2012

The full programme of activities are audited annually by:

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New briefing: Free, Prior and Informed Consent and the RSPO; Are the companies keeping their promises? Findings and recommendations from Southeast Asia and Africa

This briefing, launched on the occasion of the 10th Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RT10), draws together the key findings of fourteen studies on FPIC in RSPO member/certified plantations based on the RSPO Principles & Criteria (P&C) and related Indicators and Guidance, and makes recommendations for reforms in the way palm oil companies honour the principle of FPIC and respect customary rights to land.