Sustainable Development Goals

Call for Expression of Interest (EOI) to Develop SDG Practical Guide for Indigenous Peoples Version II

: : : 1.     Background The Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact (AIPP) is a regional organization founded in 1992 by Indigenous Peoples’ movements across Asia. It promotes and defends the Indigenous Peoples’ rights and strengthens the solidarity of Indigenous Peoples across Asia for self-determined sustainable development. AIPP over this period has been engaging in different human …

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HLPF: Indigenous Women’s Collective Statement For High Level Political Forum 2020

Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact (AIPP) in collaboration with Asia Indigenous Women Network (AIWN), Bai Indigenous Women’s Network, Philippines, International Indigenous Women’s Forum (FIMI), MADRE, National Indigenous Women’s Federation (NIWF), Nepal, OHCHR Regional Office for South-East Asia, PEREMPUAN AMAN, Indonesia and VOICE organized a formal virtual side event on ‘Indigenous Women in COVID-19 to SDGs achievement: …

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Asia Regional Report on Indigenous Peoples and COVID-19: Challenges to Achieving the SDGS Submitted to Indigenous Peoples Major Group (IPMG)

The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically affected the world, posing a grave threat to life and peace of humanity. The health crisis accompanied by the socioeconomic effects caused by the confinement affecting mobility, livelihoods, income generation, and access to food is having adverse impacts disproportionately on Indigenous Peoples, Persons with Disability, and women across the world. …

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Participation for empowerment: How are indigenous peoples faring in the SDGs?

Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact (AIPP) prepared a briefing paper for the High-Level Political Forum 2019 on Sustainable Development. It is titled “Participation for empowerment: How are indigenous peoples faring in the SDGs?”. Click here to download the briefing paper. Like this article? Share on facebook Share on Facebook Share on twitter Share on Twitter Share …

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Leaving No One Behind: Sustainable Development Goals and Indigenous Peoples

Do you want to know more about Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development from the perspective of Indigenous Peoples? Have you read this newest publication titled: Leaving No One Behind: Sustainable Development Goals and Indigenous Peoples by AIPP and SIL LEAD, Inc.? The simple book is a NEW ARRIVAL! It is based on the animation video, …

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Leaving no one behind: Practical guide for Indigenous Peoples

The main objective of this practical guide is to provide some basic information for indigenous peoples about the 2030 Agenda on Sustainable Development in a simpler and easy-to-understand way. This practical guide also gives concrete guidance on how indigenous peoples can engage in the 2030 Agenda processes from national to global level. Click here to …

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Leave No One Behind – SDG’s and Indigenous Peoples

https://youtu.be/7CNmjGfp2lE This animation video, titled “Leave No One Behind – SDGs and Indigenous Peoples”, aims to introduce what is the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for indigenous peoples. In the video, you will also find some of the demands of indigenous peoples across the world to make the 2030 Agenda slogan “Leave No One Behind” a …

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