Results for:Land Use Planning
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This document is a technical guide about Free Prior and Informed Consent. Best practices are listed for government organizations to respect FPIC, and for the NGO's, Indigenous groups and private investors can all follow their responsibilities within the FPIC model. Report created by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).
This research project aims to investigate the influence of FSC certification on relationships between forest companies and Aboriginal communities in Canada’s boreal forest.
This report looks at the failures of forest certification in Canada.
This published piece looks at resource extraction in Canada in relation to UNDRIP and FPIC.
This article examines forest certification in reference to Aboriginals in Canada.
Negotiating FPIC is a process, consisting of informing affected persons about planned activities and their impacts and verifying that the information provided has been understood, before explicit consent can be negotiated. If people refuse, their decision must be respected. FPIC focuses on harmonising relationships between groups of different power and means.