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Indigenous and traditional peoples and protected areas

principles, guidelines and case studies

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Published by IUCN-The World Conservation Union in Gland, Switzerland .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Protected areas -- Management -- Case studies.,
  • Indigenous peoples -- Case studies.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementedited and coordinated by Javier Beltran.
    GenreCase studies.
    SeriesBest practice protected area guidelines series ;, no. 4.
    ContributionsBeltran, Javier., Phillips, Adrian.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsS944.5.P78 I63 2000
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 133 p. :
    Number of Pages133
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4009397M
    ISBN 102831705479
    LC Control Number2001369717
    OCLC/WorldCa46879096

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Indigenous and Traditional Peoples and Protected Areas: Principles, Guidelines and Case Studies Indigenous and Traditional Peoples and Protected Areas Indigenous and other traditional peoples are a valuable source of knowledge and could greatly contribute to the effective management of protected areas.

Seeking that contribution should be a priority. Formal protected areas can provide a means to recognise and guarantee the efforts of many communities who have long protected certain areas, such as sacred groves and mountains.

This publication provides a framework for developing partnerships between indigenous and other traditional peoples and protected area managers. Formal protected areas can provide a means to recognise and guarantee the efforts of many communities who have long protected certain areas, such as sacred groves and mountains.

This publication provides a framework for developing partnerships between indigenous and other traditional peoples and protected area by:   Formal protected areas can provide a means to recognize and guarantee the efforts of many communities who have long protected certain areas, such as sacred groves and mountains.

This publication provides a framework for developing partnerships between indigenous and other traditional peoples and protected area : Paperback. It brings together contributions from scientists, indigenous and non-indigenous researchers, local leaders, and members of the policy community that: document Indigenous/Aboriginal approaches to governance of land and protected areas at the local, regional and international level; explore new territorial governance models that are emerging as Brand: Thora Martina Herrmann.

Different classifications which restrict access to areas are significant influences on the present & future condition of many indigenous peoples The relationship between parks and people seems clearcut.

But everybody interested in conservation issues in specific countries is aware of a number of forms of protected areas other than national parks.

What are the relationships between protected areas and indigenous and community lands in spatial terms, and the incidence of conflict. How, and to what extent, are the rights of Indigenous Peoples and local communities taken into account in national legal frameworks for protected areas. Size: KB.

Get this from a library. Indigenous and traditional peoples and protected areas: principles, guidelines, and case studies. [Javier Beltran; Adrian Phillips; International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources.; IUCN World Commission on Protected Areas.; Cardiff University.

Department of City and Regional Planning.;]. In many countries, the process of establishing protected areas on or around Indigenous Peoples’ lands, territories and resources has changed significantly over the last 20 years.

For example, in Australia, as of Januarythere were 72 dedicated Indigenous Protected Areas (IPAs), cover, hectares, representing % of the. Title. Indigenous and Traditional Peoples and Protected Areas: principles, guidelines and case studies.

Type. Book Material. Published material. Protected areas and national parks have been created by taking land from indigenous peoples and evicting them, he says. “Indigenous people were excluded from conservation programs and even forcibly evicted from the land.

They were seen as obstacles to conservation and nature protection, and their knowledge was ignored or dismissed,” says Enns. Indigenous Protected Areas (IPAs) are areas of land and sea managed by Indigenous groups as protected areas for biodiversity conservation through voluntary agreements with the Australian Government.

IPAs are an essential component of Australia’s National Reserve System, which is the network of formally recognised parks, reserves and. This book addresses critical questions and analyses key issues regarding Indigenous/Aboriginal Peoples and governance of land and protected areas in the Arctic.

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Part 2: Principles and Guidelines on Protected Areas and Indigenous / Traditional Peoples Principle 1 Indigenous and other traditional peoples have long associations with nature and a deep understanding of it. Often they have made significant contributions to the maintenance of many of the earth's most fragile ecosystems, through their traditional.

This book outlines the principles and guidelines for indigenous/traditional peoples and protected areas, adopted by the World Conservation Union and WWF International. These principles and guidelines concern indigenous rights and knowledge systems, consultation processes, agreements between conservation institutions, decentralization, local participation, transparency, accountability, sharing Cited by: An Indigenous Protected Area (IPA) is a class of protected area used in Australia; each is formed by agreement with Indigenous Australians, and declared by Indigenous is formally recognised by the Australian Government as being part of its National Reserve System, with 75 IPAs comprising more than 44% of the national reserve land, occupying ab, hectares.

Conservation Through Cultural Survival: Indigenous Peoples And Protected Areas Stanley Stevens. For more than a century the establishment of natural parks and protected areas was a major threat to the survival of indigenous people.

Today such tragic conflicts. Indigenous Peoples and Protected Areas Management Convention No. of the Interna-tional Labor Organization (ILO), con-cerning Indigenous and Tribal Peoples, recognizes that many indigenous people have a profound relationship with their territories as a result.

Similarly, countries participating in the Convention of Biological Diversity (CBD) not only committed to creating new protected areas across ecosystems by (Aichi Target 11), but also to considering the needs of Indigenous Peoples in conservation and restoration (Target 14), and to respecting Indigenous institutions relevant to conservation Author: Tanya C.

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For more than a century the establishment of national parks and protected areas was a major threat to the survival of indigenous people. The creation of parks based on wilderness ideals outlawed traditional ways of life and forced from their homelands peoples who. "Indigenous Peoples, National Parks, and Protected Areas" integrates wide-ranging, multidisciplinary intellectual perspectives with detailed analyses of new kinds of protected areas in diverse.

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Herlihy -- National parklands and northern homelands: toward co-management. Full text of "Indigenous and Traditional Peoples and Protected Areas: principles, guidelines and case studies" See other formats.

Indigenous peoples’ participation in mapping of traditional forest resources for sustainable livelihoods and great ape conservation Three other Cameroon case studies appear in FPP’s book, Indigenous Peoples and Protected Areas in Africa: From principles to.

All Indigenous peoples in Canada are protected by section 35 of the Constitution Act,which enshrines Indigenous rights. Various treaties and other legislation also serve to protect the special relationship between the Crown and Indigenous peoples in Canada.

Indigenous peoples and protected areas in Canada: lessons from the experience of the James Bay Cree Community of Wemindji In recent years, indigenous peoples in Canada have become major players in. The book, “Indigenous Peoples, National Parks and Protected Areas,” released this month by the University of Arizona Press, documents past practices, presents case studies from North and South America, Asia and Australia, and outlines new directions for an expanded future role for indigenous communities in the management of national parks.

Get this from a library. Conservation through cultural survival: indigenous peoples and protected areas. [Stan Stevens; Terry De Lacy;] -- For more than a century the creation of national parks and protected areas was a major threat to the survival of indigenous peoples.

Parks based on wilderness ideals outlawed traditional ways of life. According to the International Union for the Conservation of Nature, at le protected areas have been designated to conserve our planet's natural environment.

As Stevens points out in the first chapter, 5, indigenous peoples with a population of million, " today inhabit, and claim as traditional homelands, at least 20% of the earth's surface four to six times more territory. For more than a century the creation of national parks and protected areas was a major threat to the survival of indigenous peoples.

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A vast number of national parks and protected areas throughout the world have been established in the customary territories of Indigenous peoples. In many cases these conservation areas have displaced Indigenous peoples, undermining their cultures, livelihoods, and self-governance, while squandering opportunities to benefit from their knowledge.

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Indigenous Peoples - Lands, Territories and Natural Resources Hundreds of indigenous tribespeople in north-eastern India are rushing to reclaim lands from which they were removed decades ago for. • Mark Dowie's latest book is Conservation Refugees: The Hundred-Year Conflict Between Global Conservation and Native Peoples, published by MIT Press, priced £ Indigenous peoples in Brazil (Portuguese: povos indígenas no Brasil) or Indigenous Brazilians (Portuguese: indígenas brasileiros) once comprised an estimated tribes and nations inhabiting what is now the country of Brazil, prior to the European contact around Christopher Columbus thought he had reached the East Indies, but Portuguese Vasco da Gama had already reached India via the.

Last month, I attended a gathering to discuss Indigenous Protected and Conserved Areas (IPCAs), co-hosted by the Bear River First Nation in Mi’kmaw territory. IPCAs (aka Tribal Parks, Indigenous and Community Conserved Areas, or Indigenous Protected Areas) are conservation areas that are declared under an Indigenous nation’s own inherent authority.

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It brings together contributions from scientists, indigenous and non-indigenous resear.tropical forests, grasslands, and pristine coasts, live isolated peoples with traditional ties to their lands and waters. Indigenous people inhabit over 85 percent of the world’s protected areas.

New proposed protected areas almost invariably include areas claimed as indigenous territories. In some countries.