Con quién trabajamos
FPP trabaja en colaboración con las organizaciones de pueblos indígenas, los grupos comunitarios y las ONG siguientes para ayudar a los pueblos de los bosques en Asia, África y Sudamérica y Centroamérica a asegurar sus derechos, desarrollar sus propias organizaciones y negociar con gobiernos y empresas para determinar la mejor manera de lograr el desarrollo económico y la conservación en sus tierras.
The Alliance of Indigenous Peoples of the Archipelago (AMAN) is an independent community organisation with a vision to create a just and prosperous life for all Indigenous Peoples in Indonesia.
The Asian Indigenous Women’s Network (AIWN) was formed in 1993 during the First Conference of Asian Indigenous Women in response to the common experiences of discrimination as women, as indigenous peoples and based on socio-economic class.
The Amazonian Center for Anthropology and Practical Application (CAAAP) is a non-profit civil association, created in 1974 by the nine Bishops of the Catholic Church of the Peruvian jungle as an institution serving the marginalized populations of the Amazon, especially the ind
CEPKA is a Regional organization and we are chaired by a Regional Council has its headquarters in 5 decentralized Provinces located in El Dorado, San Martin, Picota, Bellavista and Lamas.
CORE is the leading UK civil society coalition on corporate accountability. We bring together expertise on international development, the environment and human rights from NGOs, academics, trade unions and the legal profession.
Created in 1981, FECONAU is one of the oldest indigenous federations of the Peruvian Amazon, which participated in the creation of the Interethnic Association of Development of the Peruvian Amazon (AIDESEP), the most representative i