Monthly Archives: May 2013

Indigenous Peoples’ and Local Community Conserved Territories and Areas (ICCAs) –a powerful solution highlighted at the World Indigenous Network Conference in Australia

Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia – Today was marked as an important day for the emerging global movement of Indigenous Peoples’ and Local Community Conserved Territories and Areas (ICCAs) [1], which are powerful examples of collective decision-making and stewardship for nature … Continue reading

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Invitation to ICCAs Events at WIN – May 29th 2013, check our program!

Territories and Areas Conserved by Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities (ICCAs) presents important 3 events (click on the image for full pdf program).

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Australia’s Indigenous Peoples declare vast Indigenous Protected Areas

Today 26 May in the WIN Conference Chrissy Grant, the Indigenous Chair of the IPA Advisory Committee and Member of the Steering Committee of the ICCA Consortium chaired a session on Australia’s unique Indigenous Protected Area. These are ICCAs par … Continue reading

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Indigenous Peoples’ and Community Conserved Territories and Areas – the basics

Wondering more about the Consortium? Take a look at our new leaflet! you will find all you need to know… (for downloading the pdf click on ICCA Consortium leaflet)

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ICCA Consortium seeks Regional Coordinator in North America

ICCA Coordinator for North America The ICCA Consortium is seeking a Coordinator for North America and encouraging applications from people of First Nations, Inuit, American Indian, Alaskan Native or Native Hawaiian descent.  We would, in particular, be pleased to receive … Continue reading

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Our Consortium member from Casamance (Senegal) is fighting another battle to conserve the local environment: any advice from you?

Dear ICCA Consortium Members, The Association of Fishermen of the Rural Municipality of Mangagoulack (Casamance, Senegal) – famous for its ICCA Kawawana and Member of the ICCA Consortium – is facing a sudden and serious threat to its local environment: … Continue reading

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