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Akha Indigenous Women of Pak-Kia village in northern Thailand play crucial role in the preservation of indigenous seeds, transfer of Indigenous Knowledge, and the maintenance of food security and well-being of community members.

“Land Tenure Security is the Foundation for Resilient and Sustainable Food Systems”-A Webinar on Indigenous Women as Global Game Changers

It has been widely acknowledged that the world’s dominant food systems are unsustainable: as key drivers of climate change, they generate adverse environmental, socio-economic, and health impacts on the entire

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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

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Strengthening the Protection of Indigenous Peoples in Asia: “Land rights, Environment and Climate change in the Asian region”

WEBINAR SERIES Strengthening the Protection of Indigenous Peoples in Asia “Land rights, Environment and Climate change in the Asian region” Friday 30 October 2020, 10:00-11:30 (ICT Bangkok time) “The promotion

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