Indigenous Peoples Rights
In accordance to national and international mechanisms, JAC runs programs that protect and promote the collective rights of indigenous peoples. Looking into governance, self-determination as intertwined with Free, Prior and Informed Consent.
The most significant work is the understanding of Indigenous Peoples Rights to self-determination; the ability to chat their rightful future, including right to land, natural resources and governance.
Indigenous peoples rights are central to United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP). Jamii Asilia Centre designs and develops programs touching on capacity development to the indigenous peoples and their governance mechanisms.
Currently, we are running activities aimed at knowledge exchange and inter-generational knowledge transfer for the sustainability of Endorois cultural heritage. Would you like to support the sustainability of this program?
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