Modules on Advocacy of Indigenous Peoples’ Rights: A Practical Guide for Sarawak Indigenous Peoples Defending their Rights
This booklet is a compilation of modules that were used in capacity building trainings in indigenous peoples’ communities in Sarawak, particularly in Kebuaw (Sibu) and Batang Ai (Lubok Antu). The capacity building trainings were held in 2012 and 2013 and were facilitated by SADIA, PAN AP and Aidenvironment. The trainings were organized with the aim of building the capacity of local indigenous communities to defend their ancestral lands against palm oil and logging companies. Thus, these modules focus on indigenous peoples’ rights framework, documentation of native customary land and how to do advocacy work. Some parts of the modules on framework and advocacy were adapted from the book “Leadership Training For Indigenous Peoples which was developed and published by the Cordillera People’s Alliance (CPA) and the Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact (AIPP). This booklet aims to provide a guide and reviewer for community leaders who participated in various trainings and are now involved in providing similar trainings to communities, which are defending their rights over their native customary land.
|Title:||Modules on Advocacy of Indigenous Peoples’ Rights: A Practical Guide for Sarawak Indigenous Peoples Defending their Rights|
|Authors:||Sarawak Dayak Iban Association (SADIA)|
Pesticides Action Network Asia and the Pacific
|Publisher:||Pesticide Action Network Asia Pacific|
|Appears in Sub-Collections:||Informal Labour|
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