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Seri briefing hak-hak, hutan dan iklim – Oktober 2011: REDD+ di Indonesia

FPP, Pusaka, HuMa, Yayasan Petak Danum, Jasoil, Yayasan Merah Putih, Yayasan Rumpun Bambu, Scale Up

11 October, 2011

FPP Series on Rights, Forests and Climate – October 2011

FPP Series on Rights, Forests and Climate - October 2011: REDD+ in Indonesia

FPP, Pusaka, HuMa, Yayasan Petak Danum, Jasoil, Yayasan Merah Putih, Yayasan Rumpun Bambu, Scale Up

11 October, 2011

FPP Series on Rights, Forests and Climate – October 2011

Overview
For several years the Forest Peoples Programme has worked with the national NGO Pusaka and local partners in six Indonesian provinces and at the national level, to help indigenous peoples, local communities and local NGOs understand REDD+ and the obligations on governments and  REDD+ developers to respect community rights. These briefings draw on this work and review REDD+ developments in Aceh, Riau, Central Kalimantan, Central Sulawesi, Papua and West Papua and at the national level, from the perspective of the rights of indigenous peoples and local communities.

CENTRAL KALIMANTAN: REDD+ and the Kalimantan Forest Carbon Partnership (KFCP)

FPP, Pusaka, Yayasan Petak Danum

11 October, 2011

CENTRAL KALIMANTAN: REDD+ and the Kalimantan Forest Carbon Partnership (KFCP)

THIS BRIEFING IS PART OF THE FPP SERIES ON RIGHTS, FORESTS AND CLIMATE

Read CENTRAL KALIMANTAN: REDD+ and the Kalimantan Forest Carbon Partnership (KFCP) in English here.

This briefing is also available in Bahasa Indonesia.

Una asociación entre Australia e Indonesia no respeta los derechos de los Dayak

14 April, 2011

Australia e Indonesia llevan varios años colaborando en la REDD+. Esta cooperación se lleva a cabo principalmente a través de la Asociación para los Bosques y el Clima de Kalimatan (KFCP por sus siglas en inglés), con la que se pretende rehabilitar 100 000 hectáreas de pantanos de turba en Kalimatan Central. La zona forma parte del megaproyecto de arroz de Soeharto, que fracasó en su intento de cultivar arroz y sin embargo redujo los sistemas agroforestales de docenas de comunidades Dayak a eriales de turba en combustión.

Le Partenariat Australie-Indonésie ne respecte pas les droits des Dayak

14 April, 2011

L’Australie et l’Indonésie travaillent désormais conjointement depuis plusieurs années sur la REDD+. Leur coopération est axée principalement sur le projet Kalimantan Forests and Carbon Partnership (Partenariat en matière de forêts et de carbone au Kalimantan - KFCP) qui vise à réhabiliter 100 000 hectares de tourbières au Kalimantan central. La zone fait partie du programme Mega Rice de Soeharto, qui n’a pas produit de riz mais qui a réduit les systèmes agroforestiers de dizaines de communautés Dayak à des terres incultes de tourbe en feu. Aujourd’hui, après que des millions de dollars aient déjà été dépensés pour le projet REDD+, Yayasan Petak Danum, une organisation communautaire Dayak de la zone concernée par le projet KFCP, a rédigé une lettre énumérant les inquiétudes principales liées au projet, en particulier le non-respect des droits des communautés Dayak dans la région. Vous pouvez lire la lettre du réseau Yayasan Petak Danum (YPD) à la délégation australienne au Kalimantan central, Indonésie, février 2011, au sujet du projet pilote REDD+ Kalimantan Forests and Climate Partnership :

http://www.forestpeoples.org/topics/redd-and-related-initiatives/publication/2011/letter-australian-delegation-central-kalimantan

Australia Indonesia Partnership fails to respect Dayak rights

14 April, 2011

Australia and Indonesia have been working together for several years now on REDD+. Their main cooperation is the Kalimantan Forests and Climate Partnership (KFCP) which seeks to rehabilitate 100,000 hectares of peat swamp in Central Kalimantan. The area is part of Soeharto's Mega Rice scheme which failed to grow rice but reduced the agroforestry systems of dozens of Dayak communities to burning peat wastelands. Now, with millions of dollars already spent on the REDD+ project, Yayasan Petak Danum, a Dayak community organisation from the area of the KFCP project, wrote a letter listing major concerns with the project, especially its failure to respect the rights of the Dayak communities in the area. Read Yayasan Petak Danum (YPD) Network’s Letter to the Australian delegation to Central Kalimantan, Indonesia, February 2011, regarding the Kalimantan Forests and Climate Partnership pilot REDD+ project:
http://www.forestpeoples.org/topics/redd-and-related-initiatives/publication/2011/letter-australian-delegation-central-kalimantan