Results for:Informed Decision Making
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This report on the UN meetings in July and October of 2005 focus on human rights as they pertain to Indigenous peoples. It goes into detail on Millennium Development Goals and FPIC.
This paper includes a summary of two projects with the Aguaruna people in Peru and Maya people in Mexico. Lessons are drawn about the role of culture, politics, and local governance in the different outcomes of these projects. The author discusses how indigenous governance facilitates the process of prior informed consent for the use of traditional knowledge.
This podcast gives insight into international-level processes of consultation. Expert Indigenous leader discusses the process of UN monitoring of Indigenous rights, similar to how Indigenous groups could monitor Industry development.
This document provides an overview of FPIC and UNDRIP. It aims to provide a resource for Indigenous groups to claim their rights to their lands and self-governance.
The document covers the consultation process for the Amjiwnaang community. It defines the consultation principles, anticipated outcomes, the responsibilities of each party (crown, proponents, aamjiwnaang). It discusses the steps, the available funding, and how to dispute resolutions.
Business case for FPIC - drawing on case studies showing that companies are better off following FPIC; why it makes business sense; how it works with the legal implementation; what FPIC is; why FPIC is important; how it leads to better organizational behavioural practices