Indigenous Navigator Initiative now also in progress in Tepu

Pelelu Tepu. The initial steps of the Indigenous Navigator Initiative process in Pelelu Tepu, abbreviated Tepu, on the Upper Tapanahony River are indicated with marker and flipchart.

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Cameroon: Strengthening local alliances and forest associations using Indigenous Navigator data

The Indigenous Navigator project is an opportunity for indigenous communities and their representative organisations to inform the world about the situation of their rights in Cameroon and to propose strong resolutions for an effective improvement of the current situation. 

 By Timothée Emini, Okani

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DIHR - Respecting the rights of indigenous peoples: a due diligence checklist for companies

On the 28th of June, 2019 the Danish Institute for Human Rights (DIHR) published a checklist on due diligence for companies and the private sector when interacting with indigenous peoples.

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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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