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This document reviews some of the potential issues and concerns that may arise with respect to the cultural dimensions of resource extraction, so as to warn Indigenous communities of potential negative impacts on their cultures. The impacts of development on traditional knowledge and cultural continuity, access to land and natural resources, and diet and nutrition are considered.

Politics, Culture, and Governance in the Development of Prior Informed Consent in Indigenous Communities
Article scientifique

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.

Indigenous Peoples' Rights and the Role of Free, Prior and Informed Consent
Rapport

2014 - English - Modéré(e)

Indigenous Peoples' Rights and the Role of Fre…

Amy K. Lehr


Indigenous peoples right to free, prior, and informed consent (FPIC) for the use of their lands, resources, traditional knowledge, or intellectual property (“FPIC”) is a special protection for indigenous peoples. It is a recent development in international law, although not always effectively implemented in national practice. Companies wishing to respect this right should build upon their existing consultation processes so that they can demonstrate that they obtained consent for their activities.

Building Sustainable Partnerships: Aboriginal Peoples and Canadian Extractive Industry in Global Perspective
Rapport

2016 - English - Modéré(e)

Building Sustainable Partnerships: Aboriginal …

Roberta Rice


Ce rapport identifie les facteurs-clé dans la construction de partenariats durables entre les communautés autochtones et l'industrie extractive qui cherche à travailler sur les territoires ancestraux. Les objectifs de cette étude cherchent à mettre en lumière les pratiques et politiques prometteuses, à identifier les écarts dans la littérature qui doivent être remplis, ainsi que faciliter le dialogue et les échanges d'idées entre les acteurs gouvernementaux et non-gouvernementaux, et ceux qui détiennent des droits à ce sujet.