Feet on the Ground (English)

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The Road to INDIGENOUS PEOPLE’S RightS


We dedicate this publication to the people, communities and indigenous

people that have endeavored to consolidate the Rights of Native People, as

well as to the native people’s movements to defend their culture and territory.

USEFUL WEBSITES FOR INDIGENOUS PEOPLE’S MOVEMENTS

Mexico’s National Commission for the Knowledge and Use of Biodiversity

(CONABIO):

www.biodiversidad.gob.mx/usos/usos.html

Biodiversity Governance Project: Equitable and Fair Share of the Benefits

Derived From the Use and Management of Biological Diversity CONABIO-GIZ:

www.gobernanzabiodiversidad.mx

Equatorial Initiative offers information, videos, case studies and

publications for native people’s movementwith organizations dedicated s

for the defense of their territory and other environmental justice themes:

Case studies:

www.equatorinitiative.org

www.equatorinitiative.org/knowledge-center/e-library/case-studies/

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TICCA Consortium:

Worldwide institution that works with organizations dedicated to the

research, defense and United Nations mechanisms that promote Human

Rights, the Rights of Native People and local communities:

ILO Convention 169:

www.iccaconsortium.org

www.cdi.gob.mx/transparencia/convenio169_oit.pdf

Convention on Biological Diversity:

www.cbd.int/doc/legal/cbd-es.pdf

United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples:

www.un.org/esa/socdev/unpfii/documents/DRIPS_es.pdf

Nagoya Protocol:

www.cbd.int/abs/doc/protocol/nagoya-protocol-es.pdf

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The Road to INDIGENOUS PEOPLE’S RightS

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BIODIVERSITY GOVERNANCE PROJECT TEAM: EQUITABLE AND FAIR SHARE

OF THE BENEFITS DERIVED FROM THE USE AND MANAGEMENT OF BIOLOGICAL

DIVERSITY CONABIO-GIZ,

TINTA VITAL and PCI MEDIA IMPACT

Executive Producers: Andreas Gettkant,​Director PGB and

Sean Southey, CEO PCI Media Impact

Direction: Beatriz Padilla

Art Direction: Ángel Pethka

Script: Juan Carlos de Llaca and Beatriz Padilla

Art: HenryFo

Color: Pop Lee

Cover: HenryFo & Pop Lee

Technical Support: Emilio Arias

Translation: Beatriz Padilla

Proofreading: Patricia Robelo

Advisors: Lillian Liberman, Arturo Caballero, Ricardo Garibay

Indigenous Attire Design: Valeria Padilla Meshoulam

Thanks to:

Graciela Leal, Patricia Monroy, Aída Elizabeth Victoria,

Marco Rodríguez, Fernando Jaramillo, Jocelyn Iverson,

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