Recursos

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

Protecting Forest Defenders

Around 5 per cent of the world’s population are indigenous, and every day huge numbers of indigenous people risk their life in protection of their ancestral lands.

According to Global Witness’ Defenders of the Earth 2017 report, nearly 40 per cent of the defenders who died in 2016 were indigenous.

La protección de los defensores de los bosques

Alrededor del 5 % de la población mundial está constituido por indígenas, y todos los días un ingente número de ellos pone el peligro su vida por proteger sus tierras ancestrales.

Protéger les défenseurs de la forêt

Environ cinq pour cent de la population mondiale est autochtone, et chaque jour, un très grand nombre de personnes risquent leur vie pour protéger leurs terres ancestrales.

Selon le rapport Defenders of the Earth 2017 de Global Witness, près de 40 pour cent des défenseurs décédés en 2016 étaient autochtones.

Melindungi Pembela Hutan

Sekitar 5 persen penduduk bumi adalah masyarakat adat, dan setiap hari banyak sekali warga masyarakat adat menghadapi risiko kematian dalam perjuangan melindungi tanah leluhur mereka.

The Green Climate Fund and FPIC - A call for the adoption of an indigenous peoples' policy: The lessons from a wetland project in Peru

Under considerable expectations and pressure to deliver shortly before the beginning of the UNFCCC 21st Conference of the Parties to be held in Paris, the Board of the Green Climate Fund  (GCF) considered the first projects for funding at its meeting in Zambia in early November, 2015.  One project presented to the GCF by Peruvian Implementing Entity (IE) PROFONANPE contains a proposal for wetland management with the participation of indigenous peoples in the province of Loreto in the eastern Amazon region.

Securing Forests, Securing rights: Report of the International Workshop on Deforestation and the Rights of Forest Peoples

The global forest crisis is worsening and infringements of the rights of indigenous peoples and forest-dependent communities are rising, according to a detailed assessment of nine country cases. Climate change mitigation and conservation policies must place community land rights and human rights centre-stage if they are to achieve the goal of sustainably reducing deforestation says the report.

Mengamankan Hutan, Mengamankan Hak: Laporan Lokakarya Internasional tentang Deforestasi dan Hak-Hak Masyarakat Hutan Diselenggarakan di Palangka Raya, Indonesia, Maret 2014

Pada tahun 2012 dunia kehilangan lebih dari 20 juta hektar hutan. Kehilangan luasan hutan ini menambah ancaman yang dihadapi oleh ratusan juta masyarakat yang menggantungkan hidupnya pada hutan tropis, termasuk setidaknya 350 juta masyarakat adat yang menghuni, memanfaatkan, memiliki hak adat atas hutan, dan mengandalkan hutan untuk identitas dan kelangsungan hidup mereka sebagai kelompok komunitas yang unik.

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.

Haciendo visible lo invisible: perspectivas indígenas sobre la deforestación en la Amazonía Peruana

 El informe, Haciendo visible lo invisible: perspectivas indígenas sobre la deforestación en la Amazonía Peruana fue recopilado por la organización nacional de pueblos indígenas de Perú, AIDESEP, y una organización internacional de derechos humanos, el Forest Peoples Programme (FPP). Los resultados se basan en el análisis de las organizaciones y líderes indígenas del Perú, para quienes las vidas, tierras y medios de vida de sus pueblos se encuentran amenazados diariamente por la deforestación.

FPP E-Newsletter February 2014 (PDF Version)

Dear friends,

The UN General Assembly during its 69th session, on 22-23 September  this year, will convene a high-level plenary meeting - the World Conference on Indigenous Peoples  – to review the implementation of the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) since its adoption in 2007, and to identify outstanding issues and actions pertaining to indigenous peoples and development.

FPP E-Newsletter December 2013 (PDF Version)

Dear Friends,

What are the prospects for securing the land rights of indigenous peoples, local communities, and women in the foreseeable future?

Significantly, the report of the United Nations Secretary-General’s High Level Panel of Eminent Persons on the Post-2015 Development Agenda, under Goal 1 to “End Poverty”, sets a target to “Increase by x% the share of women and men, communities, and businesses with secure rights to land, property, and other assets”.

E-Boletín FPP Diciembre 2013 (PDF Version)

Queridos amigos:

¿Qué perspectivas hay de proteger los derechos territoriales de los pueblos indígenas, las comunidades locales y las mujeres en un futuro cercano?