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  • Our Programmes

    What we do

     

    IPACC has three core duties which are delivered through our programmes:

    • Promote African indigenous peoples’ human rights and gender equality

    • Promote African indigenous peoples’ rights and participation in environmental conservation and climate justice

    • Sustain and support a regional network of African indigenous peoples’ organisations that is democratic, transparent and effective

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IPACC held a side event at the tenth session of EMRIP in Geneva, Switzerland 2017.

The side event, organized in coordination with DOCIP, highlighted the Human Rights abuses against Indigenous Peoples in the Great Lakes region.

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IPACC participated in the UNESCO World Heritage Committee meeting (41COM) in Krakow, Poland 2017.

To view the associated publications click on the links below:

World Heritage and Indigenous peoples in Botswana (English)

Large-scale landscapes: Governance, Rights and Conservation of African World Heritage Sites (English)

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cop22IPACC participated in the Marrakech COP22 UN Climate Change Conference 2016.

We will tweet using #IPACC_COP22.

Conference Facebook: COP22

Conference Twitter: COP22

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IPACC's introduction to indigenous knowledge in adaptation

Click here to view the report

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InboxIPACC has participated the IUCN World Conservation Congress.

Click to view three case studies on large-scale Landscapes: Governance, Rights and Conservation of African World Heritage Sites (English / French)

Click to view Okavango Delta World Heritage Workshop Khwai, Botswana (English)

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ANNUAL NEWSLETTERS

 

IPACC in 2017

Click here to see our annual newsletter for the year 2017.

IPACC in 2016.

Click here to see our annual newsletter for the year 2016.