Environment Programme

The overall objective of Environment programme is “The collective rights to land, territories and resources of the indigenous peoples in Asia as well as the indigenous knowledge on sustainable natural resource management systems, food sovereignty and livelihoods are protected, respected and recognized at local, national, regional and international levels.”

The Anchorage Declaration

Indigenous representatives from the Arctic, North America,Asia, Pacific, Latin America, Africa, Caribbean and Russia met in Anchorage, Alaska for the Indigenous Peoples’ Global Summit on Climate Change.

Problems and Issues of Garo and Koch Community in so-called Eco-Park Project of B’desh

-Sadia Drong   This case study is based on Bangladesh, mainly involving the Garo and Koch indigenous community. The Government with the help of the donors came up with a plan to destroy the forest diversity of these indigenous peoples area by the name of social forestry and so-called eco-park project which is destructive to their lifestyle. The indigenous peoples were oppressed, harassed, humiliated ever since forest department has been trying to take over their ancestral lands.  

Fourth Regional Workshop of the CMLN

Co-management of Protected Areas with Indigenous Peoples in South-East Asia  —  Chiang Mai, Thailand, 7-11 July 2008 —

Indigenous Peoples and Protected Areas:

A Collaborative Management Learning Network  in Southeast Asia  Six month Project Report July 1 – Dec 31 2006 Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact Chiang Mai, Thailand Jeremy Ironside  March 2007