Statement of our Stance Mantir Adat (Custom Keepers) of Kadamangan Mantangai District of Kapuas Central Kalimantan

Statement of our Stance 

Mantir Adat (Custom Keepers) of Kadamangan Mantangai 

District of Kapuas Central Kalimantan 

Stop the Indonesia- – Australia REDD+ Project 

In the Customary Area of the Dayak People in Central Kalimantan 

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Papuan indigenous peoples issue position paper on International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples

On 13th August 2010 we, the Indigenous Peoples of Papua, came together at Balai Adat of Mlab community, Mekari Village, Jayapura District, Papua in order to celebrate the International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples on 9 August 2010.

In this moment, we present our position paper:

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Declaration of the Traditional leaders Adat In Dayak Kualatn Semanakng Congress

Sub-District SIMPANG HULU, KETAPANG DISTRICT, WEST KALIMANTAN PROVINCE

On 11 December - 12 December 2009, we all Indigenous Dayak leaders Kualatn Semanakng a meeting has been held customs and collect various problems as follows:

.That the existing efforts of various parties who try to influence Indigenous Kualatn an Semanakng to give / sell the land and ancestral lands to the company's area of oil palm plantations, mining, and Forest Plant Industry;

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Krokong Declaration

Preamble

We, the Indigenous Peoples of Borneo coming from Indonesia and Malaysia gathered together for the very first time in Krokong, Bau, Sarawak, in the beautiful land of the Hornbills to discuss the common issues faced by the Indigenous Peoples of Borneo.

We, the Indigenous Peoples of Borneo, have very distinct cultures and relations to our land, territories and resources. We strive to maintain these distinct values through our Adat and norms that have been passed down to us from our ancestors for generations. We have lived and nurtured our traditional knowledge, innovations and practices since time immemorial, making us the true custodians of our land, territories and resources.

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