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“A Human Rights-based Approach is Key to Addressing the Global Biodiversity and Climate Crises”:
A Hybrid Side Event on Indigenous Peoples’ Initiatives and Actions in the Context of the Paris Agreement and the Post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework
Under the key theme “Building a Green, Healthy and Resilient Future with Forests”, the fifteenth World Forestry Congress, held from 2 to 6 May 2022 in Korea, provided a platform
25 April 2022 Authors: Lakpa Nuri Sherpa, Environment Programme Coordinator, Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact Celina Yong, Regional Technical Advisor & Stakeholder Engagement Specialist, Climate & Forests Programme, UNDP Oda Almas
The political situation in many countries of Asia has always been volatile. As a result, these countries have long suffered from internal conflicts and their populations from attacks on their
This film captures a Thakali farmer’s ground realities and the concerning impact of climate change on his crops, livestock and ability to develop resilience in the face of multiple risks from policies, geographies and identity as an indigenous person.
Meet Ms. Madhu Tirkey and Ms. Malti Tirkey who have been fighting for the rights and well-being of Indigenous Peoples and Indigenous Women in Jashpur, Chhattisgarh, India. We are proud
Self-determination lies at the core of the AIPP’s mission. Across Asia, Indigenous Peoples face multifaceted challenges, such as loss of ancestral lands, environmental degradation, cultural erosion, and discrimination.
Noraeri is the first woman to head the village and the only female leader in the whole district of Mae Wang, located in the province of Chiang Mai. She belongs to the Karen Indigenous Peoples, which include a great variety of ethnic groups spread across Myanmar and Thailand.