AIPP Annual Reports

AIPP Annual Report 2015: Strengthening Indigenous Peoples’ Movements

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For 2015, AIPP achieved significant achievements in the expanded implementation of its programmes at all levels—local, national, regional and global. These achievements include the widening reach of AIPP’s information dissemination, increased skills and capacities of individuals including women and IP organizations, and significant contribution to positive policies and guidelines relating to indigenous peoples. It has further strengthened the solidarity and cooperation of indigenous peoples at the regional level, while increasing the support at the local level. AIPP has expanded its regional staff and strengthened its management and staff capacities. Likewise, the Executive Council continued to provide guidance through its regular meetings and as convenors of the programmed committees; ...

AIPP 2014 Annual Report: Advancing Indigenous Peoples’ Solidarity and Movement

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The year 2014 was a very productive year for AIPP in the sustained and expanded implementation of its programmes. The secretariat, in partnership with members and other organisations have implemented 8 multi-year projects in 11 countries in addition to other activities. Across all the programmes, awareness-raising and capacity building has intensified in at least 10 countries in Asia. The use of ICT and social media has proven to be an effective channel of information sharing (facebook, twitter), raising the visibility of the issues, struggles and aspirations of indigenous peoples in Asia. AIPPs work on capacity building also multiplied to cover ...

AIPP Annual Report 2013: A Year of Advancement and Expansion

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AIPP has taken major steps forward in 2013 in strengthening the organization and in advancing the rights of indigenous women. As a result of the adoption of the AIPP Gender Policy by the General Assembly in September 2012, there was a marked increase in the participation of indigenous women in AIPP activities. Several advocacy materials such as “Her Story” publication, video animation and documentary, as well as briefing papers on indigenous women, were produced in line with the mainstreaming of indigenous women’s rights and issues across the AIPP programmes. The Gender Policy was also translated in eight languages by member-organizations. ...

AIPP Annual Report 2012: A Year of Growth and Consolidation

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The year 2012 may have passed quickly, but this has been a year of significant advancement for AIPP. At the programme level, the Environment Programme has expanded to include specific projects on community-based climate change adaptation while capacity building on REDD+ has now included more countries in the Maekong region. The Indigenous Women Programme has not only sustained the work on Violence Against Women (VAW), but has started to include sustainable development and access to justice of indigenous women. This has been achieved through advocacy activities and the successful conduct of specific regional workshops, in partnership with UN Women. The ...

AIPP Annual Report 2011

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The year 2011 has proven to be another milestone for AIPP. In almost all areas of work, AIPP has made significant advances in awareness raising, capacity building, and lobby and advocacy on indigenous peoples’ rights and issues in Asia. Substantive gains were also attained in solidarity building, networking and resource mobilization at all levels—from local to global. These would not have been possible without the achievements of the previous years, complemented by a stronger Regional Secretariat and a committed Executive Council. The activities of AIPP were scaled-up according to key issues and priorities of its members. As a ...

AIPP Annual Report 2010

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Executive Summary The year 2010 was a year of significant growth and consolidation for AIPP. The implementation of its programs was not only sustained but was expanded in scope and level of activities as well, directly contributing to the greater visibility of AIPP at the national, regional and international levels. At the same time, the functions of the governance structures of AIPP and its interaction with member-organizations were regularized. In the process, AIPP has become more dynamic in responding to key developments, issues and concerns of indigenous peoples in Asia. These achievements have contributed significantly towards the attainment of the ...

AIPP Annual Report 2009

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Introduction The year 2009 was a very busy and challenging year for AIPP. There were a number of major developments at the global and regional levels to which AIPP responded, while the situations of indigenous peoples at the national levels differed and demanded different types of response and approaches. The regional secretariat, the Executive Council and the members took on some of the key challenges by conducting several relevant activities in addition to the regular programme activities of AIPP. This annual report provides the details of activities implemented in 2009 under the section of programme implementation. Highlighted in this introductory ...

AIPP Annual Report 2008

INTRODUCTION This report provides the description of activities implemented for the whole year of 2008. The presentation is by programme activities, including networking activities conducted by each of the programmes. These programmes are: 1) Human Rights Campaigns, and Policy Advocacy (HRCPA); 2) Regional Capacity Building (RCB); 3) Research and Communications Development; 4) Indigenous Knowledge and Biodiversity; 5) Women Empowerment; 6) Indigenous Youth and Development; and 7) Organizational Strengthening and Networking. This report also reflects the transition period within AIPP under the section of organizational strengthening. However, programme implementation remains as planned within the strategic programme for 2006-2008. After the successful ...

AIPP Annual Report 2007

Introduction This Annual Report 2007 covers activities of the Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact (AIPP) for the period 1st January – 31st December, 2007.  It provides a brief description of the work of the AIPP Secretariat staff, Secretary General, Committees, Executive Council and Board together with AIPP members and contacts; and the audited financial report.  More detailed description of activities is available from the Secretariat upon request. AIPP mainly implements activities through its seven programmes, namely Advocacy and Networking, Education and Organisation, Research and Information Dissemination, Regional Capacity Building, Campaign and Policy Advocacy, Youth, AIPP Organisational Strengthening. In 2007, AIPP continued ...

AIPP Annual Report 2006

Introduction This report covers the period from 1st January – 31st December 2006.  The Core Funding project provides support for the smooth functioning of the AIPP Secretariat in its effort to strengthen networking among indigenous peoples in Asia and elsewhere, as well as the implementation of projects based on the Programmes set out by the AIPP General Assembly and the AIPP Executive Council.  This report therefore provides a brief description of the work of the Secretariat staff, the AIPP Secretary General, Committees and the Executive Council.  More detailed description of activities is available from the Secretariat upon request. AIPP has ...