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Indigenous peoples and local communities leading and scaling up conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity

 
 

Indigenous peoples and local communities leading and scaling up conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity

 
 

Indigenous peoples and local communities leading and scaling up conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity

 
 

Indigenous peoples and local communities leading and scaling up conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity

 
 

Indigenous peoples and local communities leading and scaling up conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity

 
 

Indigenous peoples and local communities leading and scaling up conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity

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Project Update April 2024

This Project Update, published in April 2024, brings together updates from the Transformative Pathways partners on their key activities and work undertaken since the start of the project in 2022.   Capacity building sessions on biodiversity monitoring have been a key part of the first phase…
11.04.24

Introduction to community-based environmental monitoring: practical guidance for monitoring of natural resources by Indigenous Peoples and local communities.

This guide is for the local organisations working with communities (e.g. community-based organisations and local non-governmental organisations), which are facilitating Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities (IPs and LCs) to design and implement environmental and biodiversity monitoring activities on their lands. The guide includes approaches and…
03.04.24

A Survey of Jurisprudence Affecting Indigenous Peoples and their Ancestral Land and Resource Rights in the Philippines (2009-2023)

This survey presents an overview of the current legal framework on indigenous peoples’ rights in the Philippines. It historicizes the legal recognition of indigenous peoples’ rights, including territorial rights in Philippine national laws and explores how this finds interpretation through a review of existing jurisprudence…
13.03.24

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The Ibaloy Heritage Garden: A Lifeline for Indigenous Culture and Values in Baguio City 

By Jacqueline Cariño, Partners for Indigenous Knowledge Philippines (PIKP)  At the heart of Baguio City is a remaining not-so-green space located between the Baguio Orchidarium and the Children’s Park. You enter through a side street beside the Rose Garden where the bicycles-for-hire are found, until…
09.07.24
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‘Remarkable’ progress made towards incorporating traditional knowledge into the Biodiversity Plan

This article was originally published on the UNEP-WCMC website.   Countries must respect the rights of Indigenous Peoples and local communities to achieve the world’s major international commitment on biodiversity, the Biodiversity Plan. This includes acknowledging Indigenous Peoples’ and local communities’ rights to nature and their…
05.07.24
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Indigenous Peoples in Kenya Celebrating World Environment Day and Biodiversity Day

World Environment Day   Indigenous Peoples of Naramam West Pokot commemorated World Environment Day with great enthusiasm. The area which is characterized by deep gullies, exhibited an immense dedication to repairing their deteriorated land. Men, women, youths, and elderly all actively participated in this effort, coming…
05.07.24
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Community Video: Lagundi Syrup Preparation

Type: Video Region: Asia Country: Philippines, Theme: Traditional and local knowledge Partner: Partners for Indigenous Knowledge Philippines (PIKP)Lagundi, locally known as dangla, has been traditionally used as herbal medicine to relieve cough symptoms by Indigenous peoples in the Cordillera region of the Philippines. It is also used as a therapeutic…
04.07.24
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