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IWGIA_Report_Consolidating rights Indigenous Peoples climate gov LCIPP_ENG_

15 Nov 2023

We also reflect on the main challenges the and values that characterise our human species? The Platform faces, taking into consideration the struc- visions, voices and advocacy of the international In- ture and procedures of the UNFCCC and the views of digenous movement push us, as a global society, to Indigenous Peoples’ representatives and of the other look at how we are responding to the existe. [...] Furthermore, we reviewed all COP decisions and the reports of the UNFCCC Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice since 2015, as well as relevant documents and reports produced by the FWG and other entities in the con- text of the operationalisation of the platform. [...] In addi- vocacy and recognition in the UNFCCC is relevant to tion to restricting Indigenous Peoples’ right to con- this review of the Platform, from the birth of the Con- duct their self-determined development strategies, vention in 1992 to the recognition of the Indigenous these policies often have negative repercussions and Peoples’ constituency in 2001, the subsequent estab- even violate their. [...] of the IIPFCC trav elled to Morocco, the country that would host COP 22 in 2016 – and requested the fu- ture COP president to create a negotiating item to COP 23: Three functions of the Plat- define the implementation of the Platform. [...] The rights of Indige- The COP also approved the three functions of the nous Peoples and, specifically, the role and influence Platform proposed at the Bonn workshop (Decision of the body in charge of operationalising the LCIPP 2/CP.23 para.
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