Training Manuals and Resource Books
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Basic Course on Community-Based Monitoring and Information Systems (CBMIS)
File Size: 4.90 MB
Date: 29 October 2015
CBMIS is a process where indigenous peoples are able to generate information for the analysis, monitoring, and use of the community. It is geared towards community organizing, community empowerment and the realization of indigenous peoples’ sustainable, self-determined development.
IPSSDD: A Training Course for Community Trainers
Filename: ipssdd - a training course for community trainers.pdf
File Size: 9.06 MB
Date: 10 January 2015
Indigenous Peoples' Sustainable, Self-Determined Development (IPSSDD) puts indigenous peoples’ rights in the center of development and ensures protection and management of natural resources, support for traditional livelihoods, respect for cultural diversity and recognition of the vital role of indigenous women and youth.
Indigenous Peoples & the Convention on Biological Diversity - An Education Resource Book
Filename: cbd resource book.pdf
File Size: 8.53 MB
Date: 23 February 2012
This Education Resource Book on Indigenous Peoples and the CBD is made up of three main sections:
Indicators Relevant for Indigenous Peoples
File Size: 4.34 MB
Date: 08 August 2011
The effort to develop indicators relevant to indigenous peoples is a continuing process, and it is hoped that this book will encourage more people to contribute to this work. This is not simply a response to the seemingly voracious appetite for information of natural and international statistics institutions. It is an effort to show the reality of indigenous peoples' situations by using facts and figures, in a way that exposes discrimination, inequality and denial of human rights. It is a way of putting indigenous peoples' issues and concerns in the agenda.
Climate Change, REDD+ and IPs: Training Course for IPs
File Size: 5.64 MB
Date: 04 August 2011
The remaining forests in many developing countries also happen to be part of the ancestral domain of indigenous peoples. These forests have been maintained and managed by indigenous peoples...through their indigenous knowledge, systems and practices. The extent to which the forests and biodiversity are maintained are, therefore, determined by the degree of indigenous peoples’ control over their land and resources.