Animation produced by the Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact (AIPP) on Indigenous Women's Rights

We live in a time when public opinion is demanding a fairer and more equitable planet. There is no more important element to address this than the equality of men and women. This 4-minute animation video, produced by AIPP, outlines the recommendations from CEDAW (Convention for the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women) and UNDRIP (UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples) particularly on indigenous women that guide and help us to move in this direction.

Video: Workshop on customary sustainable use at Conference of the World Indigenous Network

The inaugural Conference of the World Indigenous Network (WIN) took place in Darwin, Australia from 26 to 31 May 2013. The WIN conference was designed to build a strong foundation for an innovative and enduring network of land and sea managers, with a programme aimed at coming together, connecting and sharing stories and experiences of indigenous peoples and local communities who have an active role in managing natural environments. Read more about the WIN here: 

Vídeo: taller sobre la utilización consuetudinaria sostenible realizado en la Conferencia de la Red Mundial de Pueblos Indígenas

La conferencia inaugural de la Red Mundial de Pueblos Indígenas (WIN por sus siglas en inglés) se celebró en Darwin, Australia, del domingo 26 al viernes 31 de mayo de 2013. La conferencia fue diseñada con el fin de construir unos cimientos sólidos para una red  innovadora y duradera de administradores de la tierra y el mar, con un programa dirigido a los pueblos indígenas y las comunidades locales que desempeñan un papel activo en la gestión de entornos naturales, uniendo sus fuerzas, conectando unos con otros y compartiendo historias y experiencias. Aquí puede leer más información sobre la WIN (en inglés): 

Vidéo : atelier sur l’utilisation coutumière durable lors de la Conférence du Réseau mondial autochtone

La Conférence inaugurale du Réseau mondial autochtone (WIN) s’est tenue à Darwin, en Australie, du 26 au 31 mai 2013. La conférence avait pour objectif de jeter des bases solides pour bâtir un réseau de gestionnaires des terres et des mers novateur et durable, avec un programme axé sur les peuples autochtones et les communautés locales jouant un rôle actif dans la gestion des environnements naturels qui se rassemblent, tissent des liens et échangent des récits et des expériences. Pour en savoir plus concernant le WIN : 

Video: Lokakarya tentang pemanfaatan berkelanjutan berbasis adat pada Konferensi Jaringan Adat Dunia (World Indigenous Network)

Dari hari Minggu 26 Mei 2013 sampai hari Jumat 31 Mei 2013 Konferensi Jaringan Adat Dunia (WIN) perdana berlangsung di Darwin, Australia. Konferensi ini dirancang untuk membangun fondasi yang kuat untuk sebuah Jaringan Adat Dunia yang inovatif dan kokoh, dengan program yang ditujukan untuk Masyarakat Adat dan Komunitas Lokal yang memiliki peran aktif dalam mengelola lingkungan alam, untuk datang bersama-sama, bertemu dan berbagi cerita dan pengalaman. Baca lebih lanjut tentang WIN di sini: 

Video: Rethinking Foreign Direct Investments in Agriculture in South East Asia

This video, produced by the UNDP-UNEP Poverty-Environment Initiative (PEI), includes interviews with individuals from various NGOs, including FPP and Sawit Watch, during the Public Forum on Inclusive, Sustainable Foreign Direct Investments in Agriculture in South East Asia which took place in Bangkok in March 2013.

Video produced by AIPP: Indigenous Peoples and REDD+

This community friendly animation video explains the basic concept of climate change and its disproportionate impacts to Indigenous Peoples (IP). It elaborates on the international agreement to mitigate the impacts of climate change, particularly Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation (REDD+) and the key concerns of indigenous peoples. The video also highlights the collective rights of indigenous peoples enshrined in United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP). Another highlight of the video is on the roles and contributions of indigenous women in the natural resource management.