Recursos

« Sans droits fonciers autochtones, il n’y aura ni Amazonie ni sécurité pour l’humanité »

Oslo, mercredi 27 juin 2018. À la veille de son intervention devant le Forum d’Oslo sur les forêts tropicales (OTFF), l’organisation autochtone nationale péruvienne AIDESEP a publié un rapport conjoint avec le Forest Peoples Programme (FPP) qui met en exergue les échecs répétés du gouvernement péruvien pour respecter ses engagements progressifs de reconnaissance des droits fonciers autochtones. Sur une note positive, ce rapport rend compte des progrès rapides dans l’enregistrement des terres autochtones grâce aux programmes de financement décentralisés mis en place et supervisés par des organisations autochtones.

Un marathon n’est pas un sprint : le rôle du financement international de la lutte contre les changements climatiques pour garantir les droits fonciers autochtones au Pérou

À la veille de son intervention devant le Forum d’Oslo sur les forêts tropicales (OTFF), l’organisation autochtone nationale péruvienne AIDESEP a publié un rapport conjoint avec le Forest Peoples Programme (FPP) qui souligne les échecs répétés du gouvernement péruvien pour respecter ses engagements progressifs de reconnaissance des droits foncie

A letter on the weaknesses of REDD in Peru

A letter from AIDESEP to the Participants Committee of the FCPF on the 20 March 2017 in which AIDESEP highlights the holes and weaknesses of the REDD strategy in Peru as indicated in the mid-term evaluation report of the project and the broken commitments of the government made with indigenous peoples to recognise and respect their t

Indigenous peoples in Peru score historical victory in securing agreements to correct a flawed land titling project financed by the Inter-American Development Bank - IDB

Peruvian Amazon indigenous peoples’ organisation AIDESEP has successfully used the IDB Complaint Mechanism (ICIM) coupled with sustained dialogue with senior IDB officials to secure major reforms to a potentially harmful land titling project, which threatened to title land to settlers and carve up indigenous peoples’ forest territories.

Palm oil industry group orders company to halt Peru planting

Source: Reuters - Tue, 26 Apr 2016 00:58 GMT, Author: Reuters

LIMA, April 25 (Reuters) - A palm oil industry body on Monday ordered a member company with a 5,000 hectare (12,355 acre) concession in Peru to stop developing new plantations until it can prove it has not cleared any primary forest.

The dispute comes amid growing concerns from environmentalist and indigenous communities about the rapid expansion of oil palm plantations in the Peruvian Amazon in recent years.

Indigenous peoples' organisation FECONAU and indigenous community present first Peruvian complaint to RSPO regarding harmful oil palm development on their lands in the Amazon region

Yarinacocha, December 5th 2015: Today on the 5th of December 2015 we, the Federación de Comunidades Nativas del Ucayali – FECONAU (Federation of Native Communities of Ucayali) representing 35 communities of the Shipibo-Konibo indigenous people from the Ucayali region and Santa Clara de Uchunya, located in Requena, Ucayali region in Peru, presented our formal complaint to the RSPO mechanism against the company Plantaciones de Pucallpa SAC, member of the RSPO.

PRESS RELEASE: Peruvian indigenous leader in London to denounce illegal deforestation of 5000 hectares of Peru’s Amazon for palm oil

London, 2nd November 2015: Robert Guimaraes Vasquez, a leader of the Shipibo-Konibo indigenous people in Peru’s Amazon has travelled to a global forum in London on business, deforestation and human rights to highlight the destruction of his people’s traditional lands by an international agribusiness group and member of the RSPO (Round Table for Sustainable Palm oil), a global body that certifies that the production and trade of palm oil is sustainable and respects human rights.

Peru’s failure to address indigenous peoples’ land struggle and control illegal deforestation exposes empty pledges of its government to tackle deforestation

The failure to resolve the underlying land tenure problems of indigenous peoples is one of the main factors behind the increasing deforestation in Peru as reported in a national deforestation study produced by FPP and AIDESEP and launched at the UN Climate talks held in Peru in 2014.  Peru hands over the Presidency of the climate change talks to France in Paris this year and since 2010 has made ambitious pledges to resolve indigenous peoples’ landrights struggles as part of its commitments to protect forests and mitigate climate change in which it has pledged to reduce net deforestatio

IDB Land Titling Project in Peruvian Amazon Must be Redesigned to Avoid violating Indigenous Rights and Increasing Deforestation

The future of an 80 million USD land titling project in Peru, financed by the Inter American Development Bank (IDB), is on a knife-edge. AIDESEP, Peru’s national indigenous Amazonian peoples’ organisation, argues that conflicts over land and forest destruction will be intensified as a result of the initiative. Indigenous organisations have filed a petition to the Peruvian government demanding a formal process of consultation before the project proceeds.

Le projet d'enregistrement des titres de propriété foncière de la BID doit être repensé pour éviter la violation des droits des peuples autochtones et l’augmentation de la déforestation

L’avenir d’un projet d’attribution de titres fonciers de 80 millions de dollars des États-Unis au Pérou, financé par la Banque interaméricaine de développement (BID), ne tient qu’à un fil. AIDESEP, l’organisation nationale des peuples autochtones de l’Amazonie du Pérou, soutient que les conflits relatifs à la terre et à la destruction des forêts s’intensifieront en conséquence de l’initiative. Les organisations autochtones ont déposé une pétition auprès du gouvernement péruvien demandant un processus formel de consultation avant la poursuite du projet.

'Our Fight' - Defending the forest and paying the ultimate sacrifice

On 1st September 2014 Edwin Chota and three indigenous Asheninka leaders were murdered while defending their forests. Through their widows, family and friends we learn about their on going fight for land titling in Peru. This story is one of many examples of Indigenous Peoples defending the forest and paying the ultimate sacrifice, launched just ahead of COP20 in Lima.

Revealing the Hidden: Indigenous Perspectives on Deforestation in the Peruvian Amazon

 

The report, Revealing the Hidden: Indigenous perspectives on deforestation in the Peruvian Amazon was compiled by Peru’s national indigenous peoples’ organisation (AIDESEP) and international human rights organisation, Forest Peoples Programme (FPP) and is based on the analysis and perspectives of Peru’s indigenous leaders and organisations whose lives, lands and livelihoods are threatened by deforestation on a daily basis.