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Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact

July 18, 2023

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EMRIP16: Item 9 – Interactive dialogue with UNPFII, the Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, and the UN Voluntary Fund for Indigenous Peoples

The role of Indigenous Peoples in development such as tourism, green renewal transition, and conservation, among other must be understood and addressed from the framework of the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and international and regional human rights instruments.

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EMRIP16: Item 9 – A Statement Endorsed by Local and International Organizations on the Arbitrary Designation of the Philippines Government against Cordillera Indigenous Leaders as Terrorists

We call on the EMRIP, UNPFII, and the SR on Indigenous Peoples Rights to urge member states NOT to use anti-terrorism or national security laws to criminalize Indigenous defenders and activists asserting their rights as protected under international human rights and humanitarian laws.

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EMRIP16: Item 9 – Interactive dialogue with UNPFII, the Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, and the UN Voluntary Fund for Indigenous Peoples

The deepening crisis on the borders of the Indian and Myanmar, in Northeast India, home to more than 200 Indigenous Peoples that have lived under militarized regimes throughout the post-colonial period.

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EMRIP16: Item 5 – Statement of Indigenous Peoples Network of Malaysia (JOAS), Center for Orang Asli Concerns (COAC), Sarawak Dayak Iban Association (SADIA), and PACOS Trust

In Malaysia, dishonesty in the governance system and process of approving projects often lacks transparency, without proper Free, Prior, Informed, and Consent which impact land grabbing, logging operations, accusation against indigenous women at the court session, criminalization, and displacement.

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