Indigenous peoples

Indigenous youth and the climate chaos resistance in Peru

Fires raging across the Peruvian Amazon these past few months have consumed a region three times the size of Manhattan. Brought on by drought, the flames hit an Ashaninka Communal Reserve, home to 5,000 people, turning forests that ten communities rely on to cinders.

1000 cups of tea - the Maori experience

For the first time in 40 years, the Committee on World Food Security (CFS) hosted a side event on the issues concerning indigenous peoples and food. Their traditional knowledge and practices are known to be resilient to climate change, and they respect and protect natural resources.

The role of community forests and community lands in achieving the global development goals by David Bray

Presented as part of the Seminar on Securing Forest and Community Land Rights - Challenges, Trends and Ways Forward. The seminar focused on forests and other off-farm areas that constitute vital resources for the food security and livelihoods of the rural poor in many developing countries.

Tenure Trends & Pressures on Forest Communities in Cameroon by Samuel Nguiffo

Presented as part of the Seminar on Securing Forest and Community Land Rights - Challenges, Trends and Ways Forward. The seminar focused on forests and other off-farm areas that constitute vital resources for the food security and livelihoods of the rural poor in many developing countries.

Integrating Tenure Risks and Investment Decisions

Presented as part of the Seminar on Securing Forest and Community Land Rights - Challenges, Trends and Ways Forward. The seminar focused on forests and other off-farm areas that constitute vital resources for the food security and livelihoods of the rural poor in many developing countries.

Panel Discussion on Concrete actions for advancement of forestry and community land rights

Presented as part of the Seminar on Securing Forest and Community Land Rights - Challenges, Trends and Ways Forward. The seminar focused on forests and other off-farm areas that constitute vital resources for the food security and livelihoods of the rural poor in many developing countries.