Call for Expression of Interest: Consultancy for Mid Term Project Review

Call for Expression of Interest: Consultancy for Mid-term Review of the project “Advancing Indigenous Peoples’ Rights in REDD+ and Strengthening Indigenous People’s Forest Management and Livelihoods in Vietnam and Myanmar”

Interested and qualified candidates are requested to send an Expression of Interest to Mr. Lakpa Nuri Sherpa at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  and Ms. Joann Guillao at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. no later than October 1, 2018.

The Expression of Interest should include:

  • CV
  • Daily fee in USD
  • Brief technical proposal, indicating main methodological considerations
  • Three references, to whom AIPP Secretariat may contact

Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted for the interviews. For more information about AIPP, please visit our websites: www.aippnet.org and www.ccmin.aippnet.org 

Please, open the attached Call for Expression of Interest for details 

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Download this file (Call for_Application.pdf)Call for Expression of an Interest [Consultancy for Mid Term Project Review]396 kB

Statement of the International Indigenous Peoples´ Forum on Climate Change (IIPFCC) from Bangkok Climate Change Conference

The International Indigenous Peoples´ Forum on Climate Change (IIPFCC) welcomes the recognition of human rights, including the rights of Indigenous Peoples, in the Paris Agreement and Paris Decision. These rights must inform all climate actions,

and the Implementation Guidelines being addressed this week are vital to ensuring implementation of these rights on the ground. The guidelines must reflect the rightsbased approach in their operative sections, ensuring our full and effective participation, including that of our women, in all processes, and our traditional knowledge should be integrated in all climate activities.

 

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Download this file (IIPFCC_Statement _Final.pdf)Statement from Climate Change Conference Bangkok [Statement of the International Indigenous Peoples´ Forum on Climate Change (IIPFCC)]53 kB

Environmental Defenders Policy of the UN Environment Programme

The Environmental Defenders Policy promotes greater protection for individuals and groups who are defending their environmental rights and identifies solutions to mitigate the abuse of environmental rights which affects a growing number of people in many parts of the world. UN Environment seeks to support the upholding of environmental rights and opposes the growing wave of violence against environmental defenders as well as the prevailing impunity with which these acts are being committed. Click to access in different six languages. 

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Download this file (UN Environment Policy on Environmental Defenders_08.02.18Clean.pdf)Environmental Defenders Policy [Environmental Defenders Policy of UN Environment ]162 kB

Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact (AIPP) Foundation organized its 4th Adaptation Learning Highway in the Philippines

Shared Commonalities and Lessons

As part of the ongoing partnership between Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact (AIPP) Foundation and MISEREOR on “Building the Resiliency of Indigenous Communities on Climate Change Adaptation,” the 4th Adaptation Learning Highway (ALH) was held in the Philippines on March 17-19, 2018. The community visits and interaction with indigenous communities of the Philippines provided the indigenous peoples’ and government representatives from Thailand, the Philippines, and Nepal productive sessions of exchange of knowledge and experiences where they gained common insights and lessons about adaptation in the face of climate change. Host organization Cordillera Disaster Response and Development Services Inc. (CorDisRDS) facilitated the travel to the communities of Kayan in Tadian and in Sagada, Mt. Province.

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Download this file (News_Article_Final.pdf)News_Article_Final.pdf[ ]3260 kB

Stand up for Human Rights of Indigenous Peoples: Statement of Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact (AIPP)* for Human Rights Day 2017

Despite the adoption of Universal Declaration of Human Rights on 10 December 1948, violations against human rights remain unabated and for indigenous peoples, we continue to face the systemic, structural and cultural barriers. Our rights were finally recognized through the adoption of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) in 2007 after more than half a century after the adoption of UDHR. Please, open the attachment to read the full statement 

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Download this file (AIPP-Statement-HRDay_2017_FINAL.pdf)Statement from AIPP on the Human Rights Day[Stand up for Human Rights of Indigenous Peoples: Statement from AIPP ]476 kB

The Statement from the Indigenous Peoples’ Major Group, The Third UN Assembly on The Environment

UNEP Headquarters, Nairobi Kenya Dec. 4-6, 2017
Indigenous peoples have always regarded our health and wellbeing as intrinsically linked to our natural environment. We have thereby nurtured our territories not only for our health and wellbeing but also for our culture, collective survival and that of the future generation. Please, open the attachment to read the full statement 

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Download this file (IPMG  Statement for UNEA 3-final .pdf)Statement from the IPMG [Statement from the Indigenous Peoples Major Group in the Third UN Environment Assembly ]268 kB

Statement from the Indigenous Peoples’ Major Group, The Third UN Assembly on the Environment

UNEP Headquarters, Nairobi Kenya Dec. 4-6, 2017
Indigenous peoples have always regarded our health and wellbeing as intrinsically linked to our natural environment. We have thereby nurtured our territories not only for our health and wellbeing but also for our culture, collective survival and that of the future generation. Please, open the attachment to read the full statememt

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Download this file (IPMG  Statement for UNEA 3-final .pdf)Statement of the IPMG [Statement from the Indigenous Peoples Major Group in the Third UN Environment Assembly ]268 kB

OUTCOME DOCUMENT: The 17th Global Major Group and Stakeholder Forum

OUTCOME DOCUMENT of 17th Global Major Group and Stakeholder Forum 
27-28 November 2017

Disclaimer: this document is the result of two days of exchange of information and rich debates on the several topics of UNEA3 with XX participants from all 9 Major Groups and Regional Representatives. Not all the messages are necessarily reflecting the views of all Major Groups and Stakeholders. We thank the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) Stakeholder Branch and XX Foundation for making this happen. Please, click the attachment to read more

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Download this file (Outcome Document of  the GMGSF.pdf)Outcome Document[Outcome Document of the 17th GMGSF from the UNEA3]309 kB

Indigenous Peoples' Rights: Addressing Implementation gaps of the Paris Agreement through the Local Communities Indigenous Peoples Platform

Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact (AIPP), International Working Group on Indigenous Affairs (IWGIA) and Nepal Federation of Indigenous Nationalities (NEFIN) co-organized a side event "Indigenous Peoples' Rights: Addressing Implementation gaps of the Paris Agreement through the Local Communities Indigenous Peoples Platform" on 7 November 2017. The local communities and indigenous peoples’ platform was established by decision 1/CP.21 for the exchange of experience and sharing of best practices on mitigation and adaptation in a holistic and integrated manner. Furthermore, the decision recognizes the need to strengthen knowledge, technologies, practices and efforts of local communities and indigenous peoples relating to addressing and responding to climate change. Please, open an attachment to read the full article 

 

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Download this file (Article_AIPP_Side_Event.pdf)Article of the Side Event in COP23[Article on side event in COP23 ]418 kB

AIPP Chairperson delivered Asia Indigenous Peoples’ statement in the high level opening session of Indigenous Peoples’ Day in the COP23

The chairperson of Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact (AIPP), Mr. Kittisak Rattanakrajangsri spoke on behalf of Asian Indigenous Peoples in the high level opening session of the Indigenous Peoples’ Day on 7 Nov in Bonn Zone in the Twenty Third Conference of Parties to the UNFCCC (COP23). This is the first time in the history of the UNFramework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) that indigenous peoples' organisations are allowed to organise Indigenous Peoples’ Day in the Conference of Parties (COP). The other speakers in the high level opening session of the Indigenous Peoples’ Day included; COP22 President, COP23 President and the UNFCCC Secretary. Please, open an attachment to read the full article. 

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Download this file (Article_Kittisak_COP23.pdf)An Article from COP23[An Article from COP23 ]428 kB
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