Fao policy on Indigenous and Tribal peoples
FAO Policy on Indigenous and Tribal Peoples

 

FAO POLICY
ON INDIGENOUS
AND TRIBAL PEOPLES

 

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    FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS
Rome, 2010


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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Part I  (  1.7Mb)

ACRONYMS

FOREWORD

Part II  (  1Mb)

I.   INTRODUCTION

II.  INDIGENOUS PEOPLES AND DEVELOPMENT

III. RATIONALE FOR THE POLICY

IV. OBJECTIVES FOR ENGAGEMENT WITH INDIGENOUS PEOPLES

V.  MECHANISMS FOR IMPLEMENTING THE FAO POLICY ON INDIGENOUS PEOPLES

Part III  (  1Mb)

ANNEX 1

Indigenous peoples: the international framework

ANNEX 2

Fao’s new strategic framework 2010-2019

ANNEX 3

Priority areas of work


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