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This document offers some analysis on veto and consent and highlights important differences. It addresses these issues in the context of proposed third party developments in or near Indigenous peoples' lands and territories.
This article takes an in depth look at free, prior and informed consent from a legal perspective.
Jennifer Preston is with the Canadian Friends Service Committee, a Canadian Quaker organization. She was actively involved in the creation of the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. In this video, she shares her thoughts about the documents and its practical implications for Canada.
Obstacles and resistance by the state to implement the right to free, prior and informed consent in Brazil
Full volume on issues regarding mining, extraction, Indigenous peoples´ rights in Latin America.
Report developed by Forest Peoples Programme, which summarizes the progress made by Indigenous Peoples’ and organizations seeking to assess and apply the right of indigenous peoples ‘to give or withhold their free, prior and informed consent to actions that affect their lands, territories and natural resources’ (referred to as ‘the right to FPIC’). It is informed by field programmes, case studies, and indigenous peoples’ actual experiences which were also reviewed at a workshop in Indonesia in April 2007.