FPP series on Forest Peoples and Protected Areas

FPP series on Forest Peoples and Protected Areas

This series of eight country studies and a synthesis report review the progress of the application of indigenous peoples' rights with regards to protected areas since 2003. By considering the views of governments, funding agencies, conservation organisations and indigenous peoples' organisations, these studies assesses the extend to which recommendations and resolutions from the Durban 2003 World Parks Congress, the 4th World Conservation Congress in Barcelona and the Convention on Biological Diversity have been followed up on and enacted.

Synthesis report: Conservation and Indigenous Peoples: Assessing the Progress since Durban. Marcus Colchester et al.

Cameroon: Securing Indigenous Peoples' Rights in Conservation. Reviewing and promoting progress in Cameroon. Messe Venant

Central African Republic: Securing Indigenous Peoples' Rights in Conservation. Reveiw of policy and implementation in the Dzanga-Sangha Protected Area Complex. Olivia Woodburne

Malaysia: Securing Indigenous Peoples' Rights in Conservation. Reviewing and Promoting Progress in Sabah, Malaysia. Pacos Trust

Panama: Protected areas and Indigenous Peoples in Panama. Fundacion para la Promotcion de Conocimiento Indigena

Phillippine Indigenous Peoples and Protected Areas. Review of Policy and Implementation. Tebtebba Foundation

Suriname: Securing Indigenous Peoples' Rights in Conservation. A review. VIDS

Thailand: Overview of the Situation of Indigenous Peoples and Protected Areas in Thailand. Kamonphan Saelee et al

Uganda: Securing Indigenous Peoples' Rights in Conservation. A review of south-west Uganda. Christopher Kidd and Penninah Zaninka