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Resumen selecto de la experiencia de los pueblos indígenas asiáticos con las políticas de financiación de préstamos de las instituciones financieras internacionales

29 Abril de, 2013

Mujer que vive en la Meseta de Nakai, Laos. Más de 120000 personas se han visto directamente afectadas por la presa Nam Theun 2

Los proyectos y las intervenciones programáticas de bancos multilaterales de desarrollo tienen un historial de violaciones sistemáticas y generalizadas de los derechos humanos de los pueblos indígenas en Asia. En muchos países, los pueblos indígenas han sido sometidos a desplazamientos generalizados y a la pérdida irreversible de sus medios de vida tradicionales. Detrás de estas violaciones de los derechos humanos está la negación de los derechos de los pueblos indígenas a sus tierras, territorios y recursos, y de su derecho a dar su consentimiento libre, previo e informado (CLPI) para proyectos e intervenciones programáticas, incluidas las que se hacen en aras del desarrollo sostenible y humano. Entre ellos, los grandes proyectos de infraestructura (construcción de presas y autopistas) y los proyectos de «conservación» medioambiental han tenido los impactos adversos más perjudiciales sobre los pueblos indígenas. Hay un gran número de ejemplos de proyectos de este tipo que han afectado negativamente a comunidades de pueblos indígenas de países asiáticos. 

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E-Boletín FPP Edición Especial sobre las Salvaguardias, abril 2013 (PDF Version)

Forest Peoples Programme

29 Abril de, 2013

E-Boletín FPP Edición Especial sobre las Salvaguardias, abril 2013

Mientras diversas entidades internacionales adoptan y actualizan sus políticas sociales y ambientales, este número especial del boletín electrónico de noticias del Forest Peoples Programme examina experiencias de comunidades y de la sociedad civil en relación con las políticas de salvaguardia de varias instituciones financieras internacionales. 

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International and Indonesian civil society organisations' complaint on transparency and corporate social responsibility of Wilmar International, April 2013

Marcus Colchester (FPP), Franky YL Samperante (Pusaka), Jefri Gideon Saragih (Sawit Watch)

22 Abril de, 2013

International and Indonesian civil society organisations' complaint on transparency and corporate social responsibility of Wilmar International regarding treatment of civil society queries in communications with Wilmar subsidiary PT Anugrah Rejeki Nusantara (Merauke, Papua, Indonesia).

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Documentary about Terusan village in West-Kalimantan (Indonesia): Mapping Our Future

18 Abril de, 2013

Terusan village in West-Kalimantan (Indonesia) is surrounded by oil palm

Terusan village in West-Kalimantan (Indonesia) on the island of Borneo is completely surrounded by oil palm. The villagers grow rice and rubber on their ancestral lands. Recently, an oil palm company made Terusan an offer to convert their village land to an oil palm plantation. The people of Terusan have to make a choice about their future. They decided to map their lands first.

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Video: Rethinking Foreign Direct Investments in Agriculture in South East Asia

18 Abril de, 2013

This video, produced by the UNDP-UNEP Poverty-Environment Initiative (PEI), includes interviews with individuals from various NGOs, including FPP and Sawit Watch, during the Public Forum on Inclusive, Sustainable Foreign Direct Investments in Agriculture in South East Asia which took place in Bangkok in March 2013. 

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Rethinking Foreign Direct Investments in Agriculture in South East Asia

18 Abril de, 2013

This video, produced by the UNDP-UNEP Poverty-Environment Initiative (PEI), includes interviews with individuals from various NGOs, including FPP and Sawit Watch, during the Public Forum on Inclusive, Sustainable Foreign Direct Investments in Agriculture in South East Asia which took place in Bangkok in March 2013. 

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SawitWatch/FPP Statement at the Asia Regional Consultation with the UN Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples on the Situation of Indigenous Peoples in Asia

SawitWatch, FPP

13 Marzo de, 2013

12th – 13th March 2013, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Free, Prior and Informed Consent as an expression of right to self-determination of indigenous peoples

Free, Prior and Informed Consent in the palm oil sector in Southeast Asia

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Film by the Indonesia Nature Film Society: Indigenous Peoples and the Struggle for their Homeland

Indonesia Nature Film Society

11 Marzo de, 2013

Land, territory and natural resources are not only viewied as an economic resource for the survival of indigenous peoples, but also identity. The identity of an existence that is contained within a value system: social, cultural and spiritual, inherited from generation to generation.

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Indonesian communities resist forest land grab by pulp and paper plantation

5 Marzo de, 2013

The Toba Pulp Lestari (TPL) company, is expanding its eucalyptus plantations on the lands of indigenous communities

The community of Pandumaan-Sipituhuta in North Sumatra faces the clearance of the forests that they depend on to extract resin by the Toba Pulp Lestari paper company, a subsidiary of the pulp and paper giant APRIL.

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Film: Don't Pulp Pandumaan-Sipituhuta: A David and Goliath Tale

The communities of Pandumaan-Sipituhata with KSPPM and support from LifeMosaic

5 Marzo de, 2013

The pulp and paper industry is growing all over Indonesia. The Toba Pulp Lestari (TPL) company, is expanding its eucalyptus plantations on the lands of the indigenous communities of Pandumaan-Sipituhuta in North Sumatra.

The communities have lived and worked on their lands for 13 generations. They are peacefully resisting to defend their forests and their livelihoods. But their defence of their lands comes at a heavy cost as they are criminalised.

Please stand together with this community at the front-line of the global land grab that is putting profit ahead of rights.

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