Saturday, December 16, 2017

Indonesia: Case study on “Mobilization, mapping and legal action help indigenous...

In 2003, fifteen indigenous Pagu communities of North Maluku, Indonesia, started opposing the expanding gold mining activities in their territories, as these activities were...

RIGHTS! Updated training manual on the UNDRIP – Volume 2

This Training Manual is the second volume in the series of educational and training materials on the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous...

Indigenous Peoples and ASEAN Integration

The ASEAN Community aimed to be achieved by end 2015 has already has been declared established as of 22 November 2015 by ASEAN Leaders...

Mining, the Aluminium Industry, and Indigenous Peoples: Enhancing Corporate Respect for...

There is now increasing global attention on how to change “business as usual” practices of corporations so that they account for environmental sustainability, ensure...

Indigenous peoples human rights defenders field handbook on human rights documentation...

This Handbook provides comprehensive step-by-step instructions on how to document human rights violations, particularly indigenous peoples’ collective rights, and use the data gathered for...

National security laws and measures: The impacts on indigenous peoples

The implementation of national security laws, measures, programs and policies results to serious and adverse impacts to the respect for and protection of the...

ASEAN Study: CAMBODIA

The Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact (AIPP) would like to express its deep appreciation for the support extended by IWGIA, not only financially but also...

ASEAN Study: INDONESIA

This study provides a profile of indigenous peoples in Indonesia, their current legal status, and efforts to change and strengthen that status in accordance...

ASEAN Study: MALAYSIA

This study provides a profile of indigenous peoples in Malaysia, their customary/political institutions, governance and justice systems, natural resource management, their current legal status,...