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This checklist seeks to provide companies with operational guidance on how to ensure due diligence when operating in areas where projects may affect indigenous peoples. Based on the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) and ILO Convention No. 169, this Checklist aligns the principles and rights in these two instruments with the human rights due diligence approach set out in the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. It outlines key questions business should consider in engagement with indigenous peoples and their communities.

Year of publication: 2019
Organization: Individual authors 
Topic: Indigenous peoples
Language: English
Type of document: Technical
Geographical coverage: Global

Over 50 institutions and individuals endorsed “The Cancun Statement” calling for the promotion of sustainable pastoralism and livestock production for the conservation of biodiversity in grasslands and rangelands.

The statement was presented on the sidelines of the 13th meeting of the Coalition of Parties (COP13) on the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) in Cancun, Mexico.

Year of publication: 2016
Organization: Individual authors 
Topic: Environmental services, Indigenous knowledge, Resilience
Language: English
Type of document: Policies and legislation
Geographical coverage: Global

Pastoralist organizations from Eastern and Southern Africa urge policy makers and international organizations to listen to pastoralists’ voices better and to take action in favour of pastoralism. This declaration expresses their needs, priorities and recommendations. This document was prepared at the pastoralist gathering in January 2016 in Lukenya, Kenya. 

Year of publication: 2016
Organization: Individual authors 
Topic: Participation
Language: English
Type of document: Policies and legislation
Geographical coverage: Eastern Africa, Southern Africa

La Déclaration de Hammamet, préparée lors de la réunion des représentants des pastoralistes en Afrique du Nord et en Asie Occidentale, invitent les États et les institutions de coopération technique à adopter et mettre en œuvre des politiques publiques favorables au développement de l’élevage et du pastoralisme, et à engager la mise en œuvre de mesures appropriées pour promouvoir un environnement propice au développement de l’élevage et du pastoralisme en Afrique du Nord et en Asie Occidentale. 

Year of publication: 2016
Organization: Individual authors 
Topic: Participation
Language: العربية, Français
Type of document: Policies and legislation
Geographical coverage: Near East, North Africa

Les quatre plus grands réseaux d'éleveurs de bétail en Afrique de l'Ouest, APESS, CORET, ROPPA et RBM, invitent dans la Déclaration de Bamako les gouvernements, les partenaires techniques et financiers à élaborer des politiques et à promouvoir le dialogue entre les parties prenantes pour créer un environnement favorable au pastoralisme. 

Year of publication: 2016
Organization: Individual authors 
Topic: Participation
Language: Français
Type of document: Policies and legislation
Geographical coverage: West Africa, Central Africa

This declaration, prepared at the meeting of Central Asian pastoralists in July 2015, calls on national governments, international organizations, the United Nations and civil society organizations to consult and include the Central Asian pastoralist network in workshops, conferences, policy processes and programmes that may affect pastoralism in Central Asia.

Year of publication: 2015
Organization: United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) 
Topic: Participation
Language: English, Русский
Type of document: Policies and legislation
Geographical coverage: Central Asia

December 9th to 15th 2013: 120 pastoralist leaders representing communities in 48 countries worldwide gathered in Kiserian, Kenya, to share experiences and concerns about the Global Transition to a Green Economy. Pastoralism—the extensive production of livestock in rangeland ecosystems—is one of the most environmental friendly food systems on earth, but its potential to provide meat, milk and fibre as well as environmental services, such as climate change mitigation, biodiversity conservation and protection of water sheds, is continuously eroded by poorly conceived policies and investments, by neglectof basic human rights, and by disruption to appropriate rangeland management practices, including mobility. 

Year of publication: 2013
Organization: International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) 
Topic: Participation
Language: English, Français, Español
Type of document: Policies and legislation
Geographical coverage: Global

The representatives of the governments of the six countries of the Sahel (Burkina Faso, Chad, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, and Senegal) gathered in Nouakchott by invitation of the Government of the Islamic Republic of Mauritania, the Permanent Interstate Committee for Drought Control in the Sahel (CILSS), and the World Bank in collaboration with the African Union Commission, the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), the West African Economic and Monetary Union (WAEMU), and the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and in the presence of representatives of international and regional research organizations, civil society organizations, producers' organizations, the private sector, and technical and financial partners, for the purpose of strengthening the resilience of Sahelo-Saharan pastoral societies.

Year of publication: 2013
Organization: Individual authors 
Topic: Participation
Language: English
Type of document: Policies and legislation
Geographical coverage: West Africa, Central Africa
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