Indigenous peoples

Publications

A series of documents relevant to indigenous peoples are shown below. These include the FAO Policy on Indigenous and Tribal Peoples together with a series of Voluntary Guidelines and Principles approved by FAO member States which apply to indigenous peoples.

Using the search box located at the right side of the page, there can be found a series of useful documents with information on collaboration between FAO and indigenous peoples. The list includes publications, papers and reports that can assist in identifying and engaging with indigenous peoples, facilitate multi-stakeholder dialogues and strengthen cooperation.

Forests, in the Asia-Pacific region and elsewhere, are located at the intersection of an array of conflicting interests, ranging from subsistence needs of local populations to global concerns about climate change, within and outside the field of forestry. As a...

A menudo el trabajo que realizan las mujeres en su hogar no es valorado y se confunde con el realizado en la explotación agrícola. De esta manera, se subestima el aporte que hacen en la agricultura y para la seguridad...

In the face of global climate change, farmers must adapt their practices to deal with changing temperatures and more frequent extreme weather events. These adaptations must first and foremost build resilience within the agroecosystem, increasing its ability to continue functioning...

Education, for FAO, is a prerequisite to building a food-secure world, reducing poverty and conserving and enhancing natural resources. This research is as an attempt to analyse the impact of support activities by the Royal Thai Government in promoting education...

En este documento se analizan nueve casos de estudio de grupos indígenas asentados en la cuenca amazónica venezolana: étnias Baniva, Baré, Curripaco, Piapoco, Warequena, Yanomami y Yeral. Los casos de estudio fueron publicados en diferentes revistas científicas y otras publicaciones entre 1979 y 2007....