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JOINT SUBMISSION FROM ASIA INDIGEOUS PEOPLES PACT (AIPP) AND INTERNATIONAL WORK GROUP FOR INDIGENOUS AFFAIRS (IWGIA)

AIPP and IWGIA Submission on Local Communities and Indigenous Peoples Platform under the Climate Change Convention

What could be possible activities for the local communities and indigenous peoples' plateform? A submission based on the three functions of the plateform:

I. A significant shift from traditional observer status to secured space for equal participation

II. AIPP and IWGIA partnership on Climate Change 

III. Indigenous peoples' knowledge: opportunities, challenges and way forward

IV. AIPP and IWGIA proposals on the possible activities for the LCIP plateform 

 Please, open an attachment for details 

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Download this file (AIPP_IWGIA_Submission FINAL_28_Feb_2019.pdf)JOINT SUBMISSION FROM ASIA INDIGEOUS PEOPLES PACT (AIPP) AND INTERNATIONAL WORK [POSSIBLE ACTIVITIES FOR THE LOCAL COMMUNITIES AND INDIGENOUS PEOPLES’ PLATFORM]162 kB

MEDIA RELEASE: “Islands of nature in a sea of decline – indigenous and local knowledge, action and contributions key to saving the world’s nature”

Nature is decreasing worldwide at an alarming rate – it is time to look to indigenous peoples to help find the solution. This was one of the key conclusions reached in the first global assessment of nature and biodiversity, released today (6 May) in Paris.

 "We are at a historical crossroads for humanity,” said Cristiana Paşca Palmer, UN Assistant Secretary-General and Executive Secretary of the UN Biodiversity Convention, speaking in Paris this week at the closing of the IPBES 7 plenary session. please, click the link for detail Media Release 

Call for stories to be published in HerStory 4

Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact (AIPP), through ‘HerStory Series’ has been rejoicing the successes and disseminating the aspirations of Indigenous Women change makers across the Asia.  In 2019, AIPP plans to mark and celebrate International Women’s Day ‘8 March’. The theme for International Women’s Day this year is ‘Better the balance. Better the World (#BalanceforBetter)’. AIPP will maintain its legacy and contribute ‘#BalanceforBetter’ through documenting and disseminating changes, struggles and achievements of Indigenous Women change maker. Hence, AIPP plans to publish ‘HerStory 4’; the fourth in a series of book-length collections of personal essays and stories from Indigenous Women or Indigenous Women group change makers across Asia. 

Please submit your stories latest by 28 February 2019. For any queries and support, please contact 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.. The story template can be downloaded from here

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Download this file (Her Story 4_Call for stories.pdf)Call for Stories for HerStory4[Call for Stories for HerStory4]197 kB

Report of the Multi-Stakeholder Workshop: Implementing the Functions of the Local Communities and Indigenous Peoples Platform

This is a summary report of the first activity of the local communities and indigenous peoples platform (LCIPP), which was established at COP 21 and fully operationalised at COP 23 in November 2017. Figure 1 provides an overview of the LCIPP timeline. The first activity of the platform was a multi-stakeholder workshop, which took place on 1 May, 2018. The report has been prepared by the UNFCCC secretariat under the guidance of the co-moderators of the workshop. It is intended for information; to capture, as well as possible, the rich exchanges that took place during the workshop; and to provide a written record of the proceedings.  Click an attachment for full report 

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Download this file (Report of the multi-stakeholder workshop.pdf)Report of the multi-stakeholder workshop[Implementing the functions of the Local Communities and Indigenous Peoples Platform]1140 kB

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 November 30, 2018. The one who have already applied, no need to apply again because it is an extended Call for Application from 30 October to 30 November 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 (Final_Call for_Application_9 Nov_2018-converted.pdf)Call for Application for Consultency [Extended Call for Expression of Interest: Consultancy for Mid Term Project Review]160 kB
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