Recursos

UN Echoes SRDC’s Concern over Discrimination Faced by Indigenous Women in Guyana

Press release from our partners, South Rupununi District Council (SRDC) in Guyana, who welcome the Concluding Observations on Guyana by the UN Committee on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women. The Observations incorporate many of the SRDC’s recommendations for government action to address discrimination against indigenous women.

How the Women of Indonesia Rose up Against Land Grabbing

Land conflicts impact both indigenous men and women, but the burden often falls disproportionately on the latter. As food producers, knowledge holders, caretakers, healers, and keepers of culture, loss of access to valuable natural resources means a loss of self-reliance for the women, causing not only physical displacement but also economic and social difficulties.

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.

Sengwer Women of Embobut forest call for help

More than 22 times now, our community has been forcefully evicted from our ancestral land in Embobut forest, Cherangany Hills, by the Kenya Forest Service (KFS), a government agency that is supposed to be responsible for the protection of forests in the country.

Las mujeres sengwer del bosque de Embobut piden ayuda

Más de veintidós veces nuestra comunidad ha sido desalojada forzosamente de nuestra tierra ancestral en el bosque de Embobut, en las colinas de Cherangany, por el Servicio Forestal de Kenia (KFS, por sus siglas en inglés), una agencia del Gobierno que se supone que es responsable de la protección de lo

Perempuan Sengwer dari hutan Embobut meminta bantuan

Sudah lebih dari 22 kali sekarang komunitas kami telah diusir secara paksa dari tanah leluhur kami di hutan Embobut, Bukit Cherangany, oleh Dinas Kehutanan Kenya (KFS), sebuah instansi pemerintah yang seharusnya bertanggung jawab atas perlindungan hutan di negara ini.