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Keep updated with the latest developments of the Indigenous Navigator Initiative, experiences from the field and live events.

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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Philippines: Voluntary National Review Writeshop

The Indigenous Navigator Initiative in the Philippines conducted a writeshop on the Indigenous Peoples report to the High Level Political Forum (HLPF) on the Voluntary National Review of the Philippine government.

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The Indigenous Navigator at the UNPFII

Jacob Balzani Lööv

In April of 2019, the Indigenous Navigator was presented during the 18th session of the United Nations Permanent Forum for Indigenous Issues. The session was titled: Indigenous Peoples’ Rights and Development on the Ground: Emerging findings from the Indigenous Navigator initiative.

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Suriname: The Indigenous Navigator, "It really works!"

Crossing the Nickerie River. Post Utrecht is just across Wageningen, a town in the west of Suriname. The villages Post Utrecht, Cupido and Tapoeripa can only be reached by boat.

Suriname Testimonials on the use of the IN surveys in Suriname: “It really works!”

In recent weeks (May-June 2019), the research team was working in villages along the Nickerie River, in the forested interior of Suriname. Tapoeripa, Post Utrecht and Cupido are small villages inhabited mostly by Arawak (Lokono) people, who traditionally make their living from fishing, hunting, gathering and planting. The survey process here in West Suriname identified some cross-cutting issues which had also been identified by local communities in other regions. 

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