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  • COVID-19 and Humanity: Human Rights in Peril

    AIPP has been observing the situation in Asia and the trend indicates that stringent measures put in place by governments in the last few months has not been effectively used to...

  • Indigenous Peoples in ASEAN: Vietnam

    This study provides a brief history of Vietnam’s indigenous peoples and their profile (including population; geographical location; brief information on their economic, social a...

  • Drivers of Deforestation?Facts to be considered regarding the impact of shifting cultivation in Asia

    An estimated 260 million indigenous peoples live in Asia1. Most of them inhabit forested uplands where a large number of them practice shifting cultivation, which is also called...

  • Learning lessons and skills in Indigenous Media Advocacy

    A report on the skills sharing exchange program of indigenous voices in Asia.

  • REDD+ and Indigenous Peoples: A Briefing Paper for Policy Makers

    This report describes the process of REDD+, its implications for indigenous peoples, and its applications for policy makers and governments.

  • REDD+ implementation in Asia and the concerns of indigenous peoples

    This report provides an overview on indigenous peoples in five REDD+ countries in Asia, namely, Indonesia, Nepal, Vietnam, Laos and Thailand and the status of REDD+ implementat...

  • Drivers of deforestation? Facts to be considered regarding the impact of shifting cultivation in Asia

    This document examines issues surrounding shifting cultivation, including: -Key findings of research on shifting cultivation, underpinning the dire need to earnestly consider i...

  • REDD+ and Indigenous Peoples: A briefing paper for policy makers

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  • Free, Prior and Informed Consent (FPIC) in REDD+ for Indigenous Peoples - Training Manual

    This manual aims to build the capacities of the indigenous peoples, networks and organizations to advocate and work for the effective implementation of FPIC for indigenous peopl...

  • Indigenous knowledge and customary law in natural resource management: Experiences in Yunnan, China and Haruku, Indonesia

    Lands and territories inhabited by most indigenous peoples across the globe are rich in natural resources. Through generations of experimentation and as custodians, the indigeno...

  • Status of Indigenous Peoples’ lands, territories and resources in Asia

    Indigenous Peoples, because of their subordination and distinctiveness from mainstream cultures and polities, have been and still are subjected to gross human rights violations,...

  • Research on the roles and contributions of indigenous women in sustainable forest management in Mekong countries/Asia

    Overview and summary of country-level research in Cambodia, Vietnam and Myanmar regarding the role of indigenous women in sustainable forest management.

  • Education Manual on Indigenous Elders and Engagement with Government

    This Education Manual on Indigenous Elders and Engagement with Government is one in a series of leadership training manuals produced by the Indigenous Learning Institute for C...

  • Asean Climate change REDD+ and Indigenous Peoples

    The term Indigenous Peoples is increasingly used by peoples in the ASEAN region who thus far have been called “hill tribes”, “native people” or “ethnic minorities”, and the vari...

  • Threatened Lands, Threatened Lives: Human Rights Situation of Indigenous People in Cambodia

    This report on the human rights situation of indigenous peoples of Cambodia was prepared mainly from the contributions of indigenous peoples human rights defenders (IPHRDs) and ...

  • Indigenous women in REDD+ making their voice heard

    Being part of indigenous communities, indigenous women share the same conditions as those of the men: they suffer from loss of land and resources due to dispossession and encroa...

  • Overview of the State of Indigenous Peoples in Asia

    The fact remains, however, that the individual and collective rights of peoples who self-identify as indigenous peoples are being violated on a daily basis.

  • Indigenous women in Southeast Asia: Challenges in their access to justice

    This briefing paper is prepared as part of the advocacy of the Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact (AIPP) for the respect, protection and recognition of the human rights of indigenous ...

  • Asean, climate change, REDD+ and indigenous peoples

    Many Indigenous Peoples fear that the implementation of REDD+ may have the same impacts to them as the imposition of conservation areas such as national parks.

  • Research on the Roles and Contributions of Indigenous Women in Sustainable Forest Management in Mekong Countries

    Indigenous women depend daily on the forests to supply the needs of their families for food, water, livelihood, firewood, shelter and health care.