Briefing Paper

Submission of Shadow Report On ILO Convention No. 107 to the CEACR

Submission of Shadow Report On ILO Convention No. 107 (The situation of implementation in Bangladesh)to the Committee of Experts on the Application of Conventions and Recommendations (CEACR) submitted by Jatiyo Shromik Jote In collaboration withKapaeeng Foundation, Pahari Shromik Kalyan Forum and Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact (AIPP) Bangladesh ratified ILO Convention 107, and its accompanying Recommendation …

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The Situation of Indigenous Languages in Asia

The main objective of this Briefing Paper on the Situation of Indigenous Languages in Asia is to build a comprehensive understanding of the situation of indigenous languages in Asia, including the data and statistics available on them, the challenges faced for their survival and the good practices for their revitalization, preservation and promotion. Indigenous languages …

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SDGs And Indigenous Women: Case Studies And Lessons Learned From Cambodia And The Philippines

How do Indigenous women relate to SDGs? The document demonstrates the case study from Cambodia and The Philippines as the lessons learned and recommendations to mainstream SDGs for Indigenous women. Click here to download the full publication Like this article? Share on facebook Share on Facebook Share on twitter Share on Twitter Share on linkedin …

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Fact Sheet: Ethnic Women and Water Government in Khammouane Province, Lao PDR

Lao PDR’s rapidly growing hydropower sector provides an opportunity to integrate principles of sustainability and gender equality in all infrastructure and energy development processes. Our member in Laos has published this factsheet with case studies including recommendations to integrate gender equality for ethnic women in Khammouane Province, Lao PDR. Click here to download the full …

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Fact Sheet: Violence Against Indigenous Women And Girls In Bangladesh

Indigenous women and girls frequently experience violence in Bangladesh. A report published by Bangladesh Indigenous Women Network (BIWN) found that from January to June in the year 2021, 37 indigenous women became victims of violence in 33 incidents, of which 17 were in the plains and 16 were in the Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT). Rape …

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Briefing Paper: COVID-19 and Online Education of Indigenous Students in Bangladesh

There are around 50 different indigenous peoples in Bangladesh with a total estimated population of nearly 4 million. Indigenous peoples in Bangladesh are represented disproportionately among both the poor and extreme poor. They are one of the most backward groups of the society. They have continuously been targeted to aggression, attack and eviction from their …

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Philippines Ground Report: Escalation Of Brutal Attacks On Indigenous Human Rights Groups

The alarming trend of human rights violations on indigenous human rights and climate defenders in the Philippines has not only continued since the massacre of nine indigenous Tumadok activists in December of last year but is allegedly escalating in the run-up to the President’s State of the Nation address this month. AIPP brings you this …

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Indigenous Peoples’ Rights To Lands, Territories And Resources In Asia And 2030 Agenda For Sustainable Development

The briefing paper analyses the importance and situation of the rights of Indigenous Peoples to their lands, territories and resources in Asia towards achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) under the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. It also examines the efforts made by Asian States and Indigenous Peoples in addressing the rights of Indigenous Peoples, …

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AIPP GROUND REPORT: THAI-MYANMAR BORDER CRISIS

On February 1st 2021, Myanmar’s Senior General Min Aung Hlaing and Commander-in-Chief led a military takeover which deposed the democratically-elected civilian government and plunged Myanmar into a political and economic crisis. The coup triggered a massive uprising, bringing hundreds of thousands of protesters to the streets to demand a return to democracy, while civil servants …

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Briefing Paper: Covid-19 And Its Impact On The Livelihood Of Indigenous Peoples Of Bangladesh

This advocacy paper draws attention on the crisis of livelihood brought by the global COVID pandemic situation on the Indigenous and Tribal Populations (ITPs) living in Bangladesh. It is crucial for the government of Bangladesh to address these issues to reduce the historical inequalities as well as the ongoing perilous situation. Click here to download …

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