Synthesising 4 years of research from 9 countries across Asia, Africa and South America, FPP's new portal identifies obstacles to reforms in supply chains currently driving forest loss and related rights violations, and presents proven, rights-based and local solutions through case studies, publications and statements from communities.
To address the complex challenges that forest peoples face requires ingenuity and diverse collaboration. Forest Peoples Programme works proactively with indigenous peoples organisations, universities, UN agencies, environmental organisations, business and others to bring about wider change. Here are some of our current collaborations:
The aim of the Whakatane Mechanism is to assess the situation in different protected areas around the world and, where people are negatively affected, to propose solutions and implement them.
Local Biodiversity Outlooks provides a snapshot of the many on-the-ground initiatives being led by indigenous peoples and local communities that contribute to the successful implementation of the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-2020
The Indigenous Navigator is a framework and set of tools for and by indigenous peoples to systematically monitor the level of recognition and implementation of their rights.
This website is an initiative of the Wapichan people in Guyana to inform the world about our customs, livelihoods and the challenges that we are faced with today.
The Global Call to Action is a solidarity movement of organisations and communities united to promote the land rights of Indigenous Peoples and local communities.
The Accountability Framework initiative is a collaborative effort to establish common definitions, norms, and good practices for delivering on companies’ ethical supply chain commitments.
A microsite created specifically to support the media launch of key reports and a public hearing at UNFCCC CoP 20 in Lima, Peru, during December 2014. A collaboration between AIDESEP, Pusaka and FPP.
ENIP exists to collectively promote the rights of indigenous peoples as they are affected by Europe.
The Dana Declaration on Mobile Peoples and Conservation calls for a new approach to conservation: one which recognises the rights and interests of 'mobile' peoples.