NDCs

Nationally Determined Contribution in Asia: Are governments recognizing the rights, roles and contributions of Indigenous Peoples?

Regional summary of 10 country studies from Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam The Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact (AIPP) is a regional organization founded in 1992 by Indigenous Peoples’ movements. AIPP is committed to the cause of promoting and defending Indigenous Peoples’ rights and human rights and articulating issues of …

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Southeast Asia Sub-Regional Report: Country Reports From Malaysia, Philippines, And Indonesia

Nationally Determined Contribution in Asia: Are governments recognizing the rights, roles and contributions of Indigenous Peoples? Using a gender and social inclusion approach, the sub-regional report considers whether each country’s Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) includes specific reference to rights holders such as Indigenous Peoples, including those more marginalized, such as Indigenous women, youth, and persons …

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South Asia Sub-Regional Report: Country Reports From Bangladesh, India, And Nepal

Nationally Determined Contribution in Asia: Are governments recognizing the rights, roles and contributions of Indigenous Peoples? Using a gender and social inclusion approach, the sub-regional report considers whether each country’s Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) includes specific reference to rights holders such as Indigenous Peoples, including those more marginalized, such as Indigenous women, youth, and persons …

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PRESS RELEASE: Failure to recognise indigenous rights will derail achievement of global climate pledges: case studies from Asia

A new study reveals that Nationally Determined Contributions, a cornerstone of the international framework aimed at addressing climate change, are likely to fail unless indigenous peoples’ rights to their land, forests, waters and territorial management are included. As representatives of governments meet for the Bonn Climate Change Conference over the next two weeks with hopes …

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Mekong Sub-Regional Report: Country Reports From Cambodia, Myanmar, Vietnam, And Thailand

Nationally Determined Contribution in Asia: Are governments recognizing the rights, roles and contributions of Indigenous Peoples? Using a gender and social inclusion approach, the sub-regional report considers whether each country’s Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) includes specific reference to rights holders such as Indigenous Peoples, including those more marginalized, such as Indigenous women, youth, and persons …

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La Chi Indigenous Women are harvesting their rice in Hoang Su Phi District of Ha Giang Province, Vietnam.

Indigenous Peoples’ rights in NDCs: Initial observations from Asia

25 April 2022 Authors: Lakpa Nuri Sherpa, Environment Programme Coordinator, Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact Celina Yong, Regional Technical Advisor & Stakeholder Engagement Specialist, Climate & Forests Programme, UNDP Oda Almas Smith, Policy Advisor, Responsible Finance Programme, Forest Peoples Programme Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) form the backbone of the Paris Agreement. They are countries’ detailed, time-bound …

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