These studies covered the drivers of deforestation and existing national laws and policies on forests, land
tenure, indigenous peoples and their rights, climate change and REDD+ from nine countries in Asia, Africa
and Latin America. The reports also provided recommendations on how to address issues and challenges
affecting forests and indigenous peoples
Forest, Policy Environment and Ways Forward (3890 kB)
This book contains the case studies on traditional forest resource management of indigenous peoples in
three countries: Kenya, Nicaragua and Indonesia. One vital element about these case studies is that the
those who did the research and wrote the cases were indigenous researchers, themselves.
and Enhancing Forests Through Traditional Resource Management (3169 kB)
The popular Guide on Climate Change and Indigenous Peoples, 2nd Edition, aims to enhance indigenous peoples
knowledge on climate change so that indigenous peoples will be better equipped to participate more
effectively in shaping relevant policies and actions taken to address this issue. It also aims to enlighten
non-indigenous peoples on our own experiences and perspectives on climate change. This Second Edition
includes updates on Part III: Climate Change Mitigation Measures: Impacts on Indigenous Peoples; Part IV:
Adapting to Climate Change: Indigenous Peoples Show the Way; Part V: REDD/REDD+ and Indigenous Peoples;
Part VIII: The Current State of Climate Change Negotiations; and Part IX: Ways Forward: The UNDRIP, the
Human Rights Based Approach and the Ecosystem Approach. Publisher: Tebtebba (Indigenous Peoples'
International Centre for Policy Research and Education). Date of Publication: September 2009.
Climate Change and Indigenous Peoples, 2nd edition (5068 kB)
This is the report of the Asia Summit on Climate Change and Indigenous Peoples that was organized by
Tebtebba and AMAN (Aliansi Masyarakat Adat Nusantara) of Indonesia. The summit was held in Bali, Indonesia
last 24 - 27 February 2009 as part of the series of regional summits by indigenous peoples that culminated
in the Indigenous Peoples' Global Summit on Climate Change in April 2009.
Asia Summit on
Climate Change and Indigenous Peoples: Report of the Summit (669 kB)
Composed of 5 training modules, this training course on Indigenous Peoples, Climate Change and REDD+ aims
to enhance the capacity of indigenous leaders, educators and organizers to engage in national and
international processes and mechanisms, particularly REDD+ and its repercussions.
Change, REDD+ and Indigenous Peoples: Training Course for Indigenous Peoples (5771 kB)
Global Indigenous Peoples Consultation on Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation
The South East Asia Indigenous Peoples Regional Consultation on Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and
Forest Degradation (REDD)