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Webinar: Building credible evidences for effective advocacy; Launch of Bangladesh human rights situation report and ground reporting from IP Youths

December 10, 2021 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm BMT

Evidence-based advocacy is one of the effective means to influence decision makers to take action. Building credible evidences and collaboration forms key part of advocacy, lobby and campaigns. Credible data have power to influence leaders and decision makers such as governments, businesses and civil society to create, implement or change policies, laws, regulations or standards.

AIPP have been emphasizing on building credible evidences for effective engagement, forge innovative partnerships and inclusive actions to empower, uplift and secure rights and dignity. However, lack of credible data is still a major concern, facilitated by non-recognition of communities as Indigenous Peoples.

In its pursuit to strengthen the spirit of co-responsibility, including building credible evidences, AIPP along with its IPHRD focal organisations have embarked on this journey to document country human rights situational report, covering the pandemic period.

COVID-19 have severe implications on Indigenous Peoples’ human rights, which we all know too well. Lack of recognition to Indigenous Peoples’ self-determination and autonomy and implementation of collective rights of Indigenous Peoples remains the key driver of attacks against Indigenous Peoples Human Rights Defenders. Shrinking of civic and democratic spaces remains an impediment for IPHRDs to advocate for their rights.

Documenting credible evidences thereby remains imperative, to raise the current human rights situation of Indigenous Peoples in Asia and for lobby and advocacy towards turning the situation around in the favor of indigenous peoples and rights defenders.

This webinar will focus on the following objectives

  • To launch the human rights report of Bangladesh and discuss critical human rights situations and analysis
  • To share key human rights issues and analysis from India, Nepal and Philippines from their human rights draft reports.
  • To draw key action points and collaborative actions for continuous and future advocacies

The expected outcome of this webinar is that we have clearly assessed the human rights situation of Bangladesh India, Nepal and Phillipines and have understood the key issues, drivers, and key action points formulated that has the potential of tackling the root causes; not only in terms of affecting and influencing decisions but also call to action for enabling environment for implementation; regulations, norms, standards, capacity building that needs to be strengthened, in effectively moving towards AIPP’s vision where ‘Indigenous Peoples’ (IPs) dignified voices and choices in Asia are recognized, empowered and sustainably progressing with fully secured rights and dignity in an environment of justice, peace and equality’.

With these evidences, AIPP aim to foster effective collaboration with governments and the private sectors, influencing agenda-setting at national, regional and global forums and holding stakeholders accountable for their promises and actions.

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December 10, 2021
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm BMT
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Kapaeeng Foundation
International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs (IWGIA)
Delegation of the European Union to Thailand
Indigenous Peoples Human Rights Defenders Network (IPHRD)
Network Of Indigenous Women In Asia (NIWA)
Asia Indigenous Youth Platform (AIYP)
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