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Introductory course for Indigenous People
Materials developed to support capacity building in REDD+ for Indigenous People by
Asia Indigenous Peoples’ Pact (AIPP), Forest Peoples Programme
(FPP), International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs (IWGIA), Tebtebba
Asia Indigenous Peoples’ Pact (AIPP), Forest Peoples Programme(FPP), International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs (IWGIA) and Tebtebba

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  Manual for indigenous trainers who intend to facilitate a training on REDD for indigenous leaders and/or CSOs involved with IPs; used in conjunction with the "What is REDD?" Manual for a training course on REDD for indigenous people that could be used by indigenous trainers, e.g., indigenous leaders and/or CSOs involved with indigenous communities; used in conjunction with the document "What is REDD? A guide for indigenous communities" (English).  
Guide to improve understanding of the key issues surrounding REDD and the implications for indigenous people (English).
file icon Poster: Indigenous People, Climate Change and REDDTooltip
English 09/07/2010
Poster explaining REDD+ and its relevance to indigenous people