Publications

Global Report Launch: Leave No Woman Behind

This global report on Leave No Women Behind (LNWB) has been prepared as part of GCAP’s Faces of Inequality Campaign. It has highlighted the intersectionality of gender-identity of the indigenous communities, women from DWD communities, women with disability and the similar during and post- pandemic period. The study consists of four papers. First is the …

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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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Let’s Go Back Home: Revisiting Indigenous Knowledge

“Ker Say Choo Ler-a Khoh May, Pgakenyaw Choo Leu-Ah Pho Ahlee” “A horse draws its strength from its hooves. But humans draw their strength from their children.” Proverb of Karen Indigenous Peoples “Many young people have to leave their community to study or to work in the city. As a result, they become alienated from …

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HerStory5: The Compelling Power of Indigenous Women

We are delighted to bring you the fifth edition of HerStory where we spotlight the stories of fifteen remarkable Indigenous Women, each one a powerhouse and guiding light for her community and country.The stories will inspire, shock, educate and hopefully be a catalyst towards recognizing your own power. The Power of One. And the impact …

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Sustainable Development Goals & Indigeneity: A Practical Guide for Indigenous Peoples

There are constant debates on SDGs since its inception including its meaning, history as well as its implications in development theory and practice. Amongst them is the persistent lack of direct references to the Indigenous Peoples (IPs) in many areas that are closely relevant to their issues. This has resulted in the rights of IPs …

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FLASH UPDATE 4: COVID-19, A Special Volume on Indigenous Women and Indigenous Persons with Disabilities

“The UN pointed out exacerbated maternal mortality and morbidity, increased rates of adolescent pregnancies, HIV, and sexually transmitted diseases for women during COVID-19. It is nonetheless difficult to find disaggregated data on Indigenous Women and Indigenous persons with disabilities.”-United Nations 2020. Policy Brief on ‘The Impact of COVID-19 on Women This volume focuses on the …

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UNDER THE COVER OF COVID : New Laws in Asia Favor Business at the Cost of Indigenous Peoples’ and Local Communities’ Land and Territorial Rights

The planet is facing an unprecedented global health crisis as a result of COVID-19. As of September 29, over 1 million people have died from the virus. A protracted pandemic is increasingly likely as the initial health crisis begins to transform into compounded food security and economic crises. Among some of the most vulnerable groups …

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