Peru: Quechua del Pastaza analyzes the degree of implementation of the UNDRIP

Jacob Balzani Lööv

In successive community assemblies held between June 28 and July 4, 2018, the Quechua del Pastaza Amazonian people worked together to collectively analyze the degree of implementation of the UNDRIP through the community questionnaires of the Indigenous Navigator Project.

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Colombia: Pilot Projects address community needs

Nasa women from the Resguardo of López Cauca participating in a meeting in which the pilot projects were defined and elaborated to work, among them the "Strengthening to the fabric of the Nasa people"


Implementation of the Indigenous Navigator project in Colombia.

The Indigenous Navigator in Colombia has been an essential tool for indigenous peoples, especially of the Resguardos[1] of Toez and López Adentro located in the department of Cauca, in the southwest of the country. Through it they have been able to monitor the recognition and implementation of their rights. In addition to being able to count on data obtained from the community survey, the Indigenous Navigator has allowed them to better understand and communicate the realities that are experienced on a daily basis in their communities.

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Kenya: Local Lobbying for inclusion of IN Data

The Indigenous Navigator is Presented to the PPG in Kenya

Local Partners in Kenya lobby legislators for the uptake of messages generated from the indigenous navigator project

Indigenous Livelihoods Enhancement Partners (ILEPA) and Mainyioto Pastoralists Integrated Development Organization (MPIDO) organized a breakfast meeting with the Pastoral Parliamentary Group (PPG), held on April 8th, 2019, InterContinental Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya to introduce the Indigenous Navigator, discuss the SDGs and the role of indigenous peoples and explore partnerships.

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The Indigenous Navigator at the European Development Days

Presentation header, EDD19

In June, the Indigenous Navigator was presented to an eager audience at the European Development Days (#EDD19) in Brussels during a project lab session. The EDD is organised by the European Commission, and is designed to bring the development community together each year to share ideas and experiences in ways that inspire new partnerships and innovative solutions to the world’s most pressing challenges. This year the EDD focused on addressing inequalities: building a world which leaves no one behind." On the 18th and 19th of June, over 4,500 organisations from more than 150 countries participated at the conference center in Brussels.

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The Indigenous Navigator provides a set of tools for indigenous peoples to systematically monitor the level of recognition and implementation of their rights.

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