Letter from Accountability Counsel • Amazon Watch • Both ENDS • Brainforest • Campagna per la Riforma della Banca Mondiale (CRBM) • Center for Biological Diversity • Center for International Environmental Law • Centro Alexander von Humboldt • Church World Service • Civic Response • ClientEarth • FERN • Friends of the Earth Norway • Friends of the Earth US • Forest Management Trust • Forest Peoples Programme • Global Witness • Greenpeace International • Indigenous Environmental Network • Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy • International Forum on Globalization • National Forum for Ad
This Forest Peoples Programme (FPP) and FERN report exposes ongoing serious problems in the World Bank's forest carbon fund, which is still failing to uphold the rights of forest peoples.
Ce rapport de Forest Peoples Programme (FPP) et FERN dénonce les problèmes graves et persistants dans le Fonds de partenariat pour le carbone forestier de la Banque mondiale, qui continue d’échouer dans le soutien des droits des peuples forestiers.
(Most recent correspondence listed first) 1. 12 October 2007 - FPP letter to HSBC in light of HSBC's failure to respond to earlier requests.2. 31 May 2007 - FPP and FERN letter to HSBC again questioning the company's procedures and intentions. 3. 24 May 2007 - HSBC reply to FPP explaining its intention to stay involved with Samling as it considers the company to be making progress to improve its operations.
It is often stated that attention to and respect for indigenous peoples’ rights in connection with the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) is barred by the principle of state sovereignty. This assertion is incorrect in light of contemporary international law. State sovereignty does not and cannot preclude attention to and respect for indigenous peoples’ internationally guaranteed rights.
Les droits des peuples autochtones, la souveraineté des États et la Convention sur la diversité biologique