Autodétermination

FPP œuvre en faveur du droit des peuples des forêts à l’autodétermination, droit fondamental de tous les peuples qui sous-tend le travail des Nations Unies. Les articles 3 et 4 de la Déclaration des Nations Unies sur les droits des peuples autochtones (DDPA) stipulent expressément que ce droit s’applique aussi aux peuples vivant au sein des États nations.

Bayaka Community Union hold a meeting supported by FPP, BomThey developed their institution, learned about management planning and prepared for interactions and meetings with WWF and conservation authorities managing the Dzanga Sangha Special Reserve

They developed their institution, learned about management planning and prepared for interactions and meetings with WWF and conservation authorities managing the Dzanga Sangha Special Reserve

By
John Nelson
Forests are the ancestral home of the Ogiek and Sengwer
By
Helen Tugendhat / FPP