The data you choose to upload will contribute to a pool of data of direct relevance for the implementation of indigenous peoples’ rights. The data allows indigenous peoples to compare their situation with that of other indigenous communities across the world.
Uploading data to the Indigenous Navigator Data Portal requires community consent.
When you respond to and submit the online questionnaires, your data will automatically be included into the Indigenous Navigator bank of data.
The questionnaire, however, gives you the opportunity to upload data without making them public. Nevertheless, the data will contribute to showing global trends. One of the first questions in the questionnaires will ask you whether or not you will allow us to publish your data online. Only if you answer yes will your data be publicly available.
If you don’t want to share your data in any form, you can choose to print and fill out the questionnaires and keep the result to yourself. Apart from gathering global data, the Indigenous Navigator is intended as an internal tool for indigenous communities and organisations to monitor their rights. The objective being that surveys and data are used by indigenous communities and organisations to monitor and document their situation, and used for planning and advocacy in the ways they see themselves see fit.
If you intend to carry out a survey in your community, we recommend that the specific purpose that the data will serve the community is discussed and agreed with the whole community from the outset.
In order to avoid misrepresentation of communities, there should always be an identified respondent to the questionnaire. This could be a person or an organization authorized by the community to upload the data. The user can choose to publicly disclose their identity online or not. If the respondent will prefer not to disclose, his/her identity will remain anonymous.
The Indigenous Navigator project understands the importance of individual privacy and we are committed to protecting the privacy of our partners, donors and website visitors.
This privacy statement covers your use of The Indigenous Navigator’s website. The purpose of this Privacy Statement is to inform you of our commitment to protecting your privacy and making it clear how we may use your information. By continuing to access the website you accept and agree to be bound by the terms of this Privacy Statement.
About The Indigenous Navigator
The Indigenous Navigator is a framework and set of tools for and by indigenous peoples to systematically monitor the level of recognition and implementation of their rights. By using the Indigenous Navigator, indigenous organisations and communities, duty bearers, NGOs and journalists can access free tools and resources based on community-generated data.
Do we collect any of your personal information?
When connecting to any website on the Internet your IP address may be visible and could be tracked by the Internet Service Provider or external hosting partners. Although this information may be captured by our website, this information is not used in any form by The Indigenous Navigator nor our partners.
When you are using our website, we may collect limited automatic information using “cookies” which are strictly necessary for the functionality of the website and which allow us to improve its effectiveness.
We don't disclose your personal information. The Indigenous Navigator does not collect any of your personal information in order to provide you with the website. We do not pass your personal information on to third parties. Our website is purely a portal to inform you about The Indigenous World's work and activities.
We may collect limited automatic information using “cookies” which are strictly necessary for the functionality of this portal and which allow us to improve its effectiveness.
A cookie is a small piece of data sent from a website and stored in a user's web browser while the user is browsing the website. There is no personal information stored in the cookies on this website, the cookies cannot extract any information from the user’s computer and they cannot contain a virus.
The cookies will be deleted after a period time. Session cookies will be deleted as soon as the user closes the browser while persistent cookies will typically be stored on the computer for between 12 and 24 months, but the duration of persistent cookies can vary. All cookies will be renewed at each visit.
Cookies can be first or third-party cookies. First party cookies are set by the website a user visit, while third-party cookies are set by a domain other than the visited website. Third party cookies used on this website is set by Google Analytics to measure traffic for enhancement of usability. It is possible to block the cookies from Google Analytics through this link: http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout
Cookies are widely used because they allow a website to recognise a user’s device and therefore allow enhanced functionality.
-Registration of user settings to ensure technical functionality
-Registration of traffic, to measure how many visit the website and for what purpose.
Find more information about cookies at www.allaboutcookies.org.
Links to external websites
Our website contains links and/or references to other websites to which this Privacy Statement does not apply. These links may be to individual websites of IWGIA members, or may be operated by external third parties.
Changes to this Privacy Statement
The Indigenous Navigator reserves the right to modify this Privacy Statement at any time. We recommend that you review it periodically.