Open letter to the Prime Minister of India about Nagaland peace talk

Mercredi, 13th novembre 2019

This is a joint statement written by our member the Asia Indigenous Peoples' Pact (AIPP) together with the International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs (IWGIA). It is originally published on Morung Express.

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Recognize environmental contribution of pastoralists: Experts

Lundi, 28th octobre 2019

'Pastoralism should be integrated into agriculture and livestock to make agriculture profitable, conserve bio-diversity'

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Civil society organisations in Cambodia strive for inclusion in implementing land governance policies

Lundi, 28th octobre 2019

Civil society organisations open a dialogue with government officials to pursue a people-led development that upholds human rights and protects the environment

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Photo Credit: ©IFAD/Radhika Chalasani

South Asian herders fight for right to roam as pressure to settle grows

Mardi, 22nd octobre 2019

Herders around the world are under pressure from governments to settle down and stop their livestock roaming, as they contend with land conflicts and climate change

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Women farmers in India seek to restore farmland with new variety of crops

Jeudi, 17th octobre 2019

In a small village near Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India women farmers are cultivating their farmland by planting indigenous seeds like millets

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‘Attacks against land rights activists rising in India, Asia’

Lundi, 14th octobre 2019

Special legislation and quick response systems needed to provide protection and support to these defenders, experts said at a meeting in Udaipur

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