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Youth Dialogue Report- June 2006

1. Introduction: This 6-month narrative report covers the period from 1st January to 30th June 2006.   The financial report for the same period accompanies this report.    2. Improving Reporting and Communication  In January 2006, the AIPP Secretary General assessed the reports from the two dialogues in Malaysia and Mongolia held in 2005 and realized that the weaknesses of the reports are the lack of description of follow-up activities and what was needed to be done to overcome the gap between indigenous youth and elders.   The guide to reporting was revised and groups that were interested to host the programme were ...

Youth Dialogue Report – Dec 2006

1. Introduction:  This 6-month narrative report covers the period from 1st July to 30th December 2006.   The financial report for the same period accompanies this report.    2. Promoting the Dialogue and Follow-up   The Shan Youth (Myanmar), the Nationalities Youth Forum (Myanmar) and IMPECT Association, Thailand already showed their interest earlier, so the Secretariat basically followed up with their request.  Unfortunately, the Inter-Tribal Education and Culture youth group under IMPECT, Thailand could not organise the dialogue this year and requested for a postponement.  The Shan Youth had quite a lot of problems understanding the concept of the dialogue, so the Secretariat ...

REPORT ON THREATS TO THE PRACTICE AND TRANSMISSION OF TRADITIONAL KNOWLEDGE REGIONAL REPORT: ASIA

Phase II of the Composite Report on the Status and Trends Regarding the Knowledge, Innovation and Practices  Of Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities Relevant to the Conservation and Sustainable Use of Biodiversity  Prepared for the Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity by Glen Kelly  Visiting Research Fellow Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies 2005 

Concept

Young people are the segment within indigenous societies who are profoundly affected by erosion of traditional indigenous way of life, economic change, unemployment, globalization and a number of other factors. Within all these changes there is a perception among indigenous youths that their concerns and needs are not always reflected in policies conceived by their elders and also that the traditional institutions are becoming redundant. This is also reinforced by the perception among indigenous youths that their traditional ways of life are archaic and antiquated, hence needs to be changed. It has given rise to a situation where they are ...

INTERNATIONAL INDIGENOUS FORUM ON BIODIVERSITY

INDIGENOUS PEOPLES CONSERVATION COMMITTEE MALAYSIA REPORT ON INDIGENOUS PEOPLES AND   PROTECTED AREAS AUTHOR: JANNIE LASIMBANG PARTNERS OF COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS (PACOS) TRUST SUBMITTED TO: OPEN ENDED AD-HOC WORKING GROUP ON PROTECTED AREAS UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION ON BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY 

Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights CAMBODIA

December 2006    Report commissioned by:    Asian Indigenous Peoples Pact Foundation  6 Soi 14, Sookasem Road  Tambon Patan, Amphur Muang  Chiang Mai 50300, Thailand  Email: aipp@aippfoundation.orgwww.aippfoundation.org  

Bangladesh Report on IPs and PAs

International Indigenous Forum on Biodiversity Indigenous Peoples Conservation Committee  Author: Goutam Kumar Chakma Parbatya Chattagram Jana Samhati Samiti (PCJSS} Submitted to: Open Ended Ad-Hoc Working Group on Protected Areas United Nations CONVENTION ON BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY 

16 Days Activism to End Violence against Women

November 25 ‐ November 29 ‐ December 10, 2008 International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, November 25 International Day of Women Human Rights Defenders, November 29 International Human Rights Day, December 10 Indigenous Women speak out to End Violence against Women 

Strategy Workshop on ASEAN Human Rights Mechanism

Indigenous Peoples engagement to the Association of the South East Asia Nations (ASEAN)  by Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact (AIPP) The ASEAN Indigenous Peoples Strategy Workshop was held on 29-30 October 2008 in Bangkok. In order to engaged more effectively and in an organize fashion, it is deemed to formulate strategies and activities for awareness raising, networking, lobby and advocacy work in the ASEAN states in relation to promotion indigenous peoples’ rights and human rights.   Therefore a strategy workshop is necessary to be involved on the ASEAN human rights mechanism processes as beginning, to draw up a clear position and program ...