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Free, Prior and Informed Consent: Making FPIC work for forests and peoples

2010 - Plurilingue - Modéré(e)

Free, Prior and Informed Consent: Making FPIC …

Colchester Marcus

This scoping review provides comprehensive information regarding Indigenous Peoples’ right to Free, Prior, and Informed Consent (FPIC), as it is currently represented in academic literature and community practice. The review highlights the legal foundations, practical implications, and outcomes of FPIC, attending to the conflicts and challenges that emerge between the different viewpoints of various stakeholders.

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 report showcases a Participatory Action Research project that lasted 26 months. It reports on Corporate Social Responsibility tools that companies and governments promote to ensure good corporate behaviour. The report looks at the extent to which CSRs respect human and ethnic rights in theory and practice. Recommendations are given for ways to strengthen current approaches and frameworks. Issues are presented through a variety of perspectives.

Beyond Growth and Development: Buen Vivir as an Alternative to Current Paradigms
Article scientifique

2013 - English - Modéré(e)

Beyond Growth and Development: Buen Vivir as a…

Monni Salvatore, Pallotino Massimo

The aim of this paper is to investigate to what extent buen vivir ("good life"), Latin America’s new concept for collective well being, can be considered a way forward beyond current paradigms related to economic growth, development, ideology and state building.

Conflicting Paths to Wellbeing: Raramuri and Mestizo Inter-Ethnic Relations in Northern Mexico

2013 - English - Modéré(e)

Conflicting Paths to Wellbeing: Raramuri and M…

Gonzalez Juan

The dissertation focuses on the case of the Raramuri indigenous people of Northern Mexico, and uses detailed ethnographic evidence to explore how discourses of wellbeing are constructed by the Raramuri people in their daily interactions with the non-indigenous population and how power asymmetries between these groups form and persist.

Recovering and Valuing Other Ethical Pillars: Buen Vivir*

2011 - English - Avancé(e)

Recovering and Valuing Other Ethical Pillars: …

Jimenez Ricardo

This document looks at Buen Vivir in a larger philosophical overview.

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