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07 June 2017
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CBR+ Brochure (June 2017)

uploaded by Josep Garí

Updated brochure of the CBR+ initiative.

25 May 2017
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Benefits and Risks Tool (BeRT) v2.1: Workshop Kit. Facilitators’ guide

uploaded by Lera Miles

The UN-REDD Programme Benefits and Risks Tool (BeRT) supports REDD+ countries to assess the social and environmental benefits and risks associated with candidate Policies and Measures (PAMs) and analyse how existing policies, laws and regulations (PLRs) could ensure that the REDD+ safeguards agreed under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) are addressed and respected. This facilitators’ guide supports the application of the BeRT in a workshop setting. Building on version 2.0 of the original Excel-based tool, the guide and accompanying worksheets provide targeted advice for the
documentation of possible PAMs, the identification of those PAMs’ associated benefits and risks, and the analysis of PLRs that address the safeguards. The guide is aimed at facilitators of benefits and risks assessment or PLR analysis workshops, and is designed as a reference to help plan and execute such
workshops. The guide also provides links to workshop materials. Work undertaken to meet requirements of specific funding mechanisms (e.g. the Forest Carbon Partnership Facility’s Strategic Environmental and Social Assessment (SESA)) or experiences from REDD+ pilot projects or forest-related projects and initiatives pre-dating REDD+ may provide useful inputs to this exercise. 

24 March 2017
English
17 March 2017
Spanish

Enfoques y experiencias de género en procesos de REDD+ en América Latina: Lecciones de Chile, Ecuador, Panamá y Perú

uploaded by Elizabeth Eggerts

Este documento busca recopilar las primeras experiencias de incorporación de la dimensión de género, sobre todo en cuanto a visión de las mujeres, su participación y empoderamiento, en el marco de las actividades de preparación para REDD+ del Programa ONU-REDD en Latinoamérica y el Caribe, así como en otros procesos de gobernanza forestal que brindan lecciones relevantes para el avance en la lucha contra la deforestación, la conservación y el manejo sostenible de los bosques.

20 January 2017
English

Technical Resource Series 4: UN-REDD Methodological Brief on Gender

uploaded by Elizabeth Eggerts

This Methodological Brief on Gender defines the approach of the UN-REDD Programme on gender equality and women’s empowerment. It provides guidance and concrete entry points to UN-REDD Programme partner countries and their support teams on how the Gender Approach detailed in the 2016-2020 UN-REDD Programme Strategic Framework can be effectively operationalized and monitored. Through action-oriented guidance and illustrative case studies and country examples, it can also assist partner countries to realize the gender equality provisions contained in international agreements on REDD+, including on safeguards, as well as contribute to Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) #5 on gender equality.

(For a low resolution version please see link here.)

12 October 2016
English

Free Prior and Informed Consent: An indigenous peoples’ right and a good practice for local communities - Manual for project practitioners

uploaded by Maddie West

The Manual on Free, Prior and Informed Consent (FPIC) outlines essential ways to ensure Indigenous Peoples, can give or withold their consent to interventions proposed in their lands and territories and do so free of coercion, prior to any decisions being made, and with the necessary information presented to them in a culturally appropriate way. 

It builds on a year of consultation with various Indigenous Peoples —  and underlines Indigenous Peoples' intrinsic right to self-determination as enshrined in the UN Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and international law. Key to this is the ability to give or withhold consent for a proposed development project. The manual outlines essential steps to follow along the lifecycle of a development project, from identifying which communities need to be consulted to sharing achievements after the project has been completed. Along the way, the guidelines give special attention to include traditional leaders, women and youth in consultations and decisionmaking.

The manual is the result of one year of collaboration between FAO and partner organizations including Action Aid, Action Against Hunger, Agencia Española de Cooperación International para el Desarrollo (AECID), Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GiZ), the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) and World Vision. 

06 September 2016
Spanish

Nota Informativa_Webinars Regionales sobre Participación LAC

uploaded by Patricia Toquica

Nota Informativa Webinar Procesos Participativos para la Construcción de Estrategias Nacionales/Planes de Acción REDD+. 

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