International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs (IWGIA) | Land Portal
IWGIA is a human rights organisation dedicated to promoting and defending Inidgenous Peoples' rights
Acronym: 
IWGIA
Focal point: 
Dwayne Mamo, Documentation & Communications Manager
Email: 
Phone number: 
+45 5373 2837

Location

Prinsessegade 29 B, 3rd floor
1422 Copenhagen
Denmark
DK
Working languages: 
Danish
English
Spanish

IWGIA is a non-governmental human rights organisation promoting and defending Indigenous Peoples’ collective and individual rights.

We have supported our partners in this fight for more than 50 years.

We work through a global network of Indigenous Peoples’ organisations and international human rights bodies.

We promote recognition, respect and implementation of Indigenous Peoples’ rights, including the right to self-determination by virtue of which they can freely determine their political status and freely pursue their economic, social and cultural development. 

Visit our website for more information and to access all our publications, including our flagship annual book The Indigenous World, a yearly overview of the state of the rights of Indigenous Peoples across individual countries and through various international mechanisms and processes. 

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International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs (IWGIA) Resources

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Library Resource
Reports & Research
April, 2020
Global

Constituyendo únicamente el 5% de la población del mundo, los Pue- blos Indígenas protegen el 80% de la biodiversidad del planeta.1 Glo- balmente, muchos de los bosques que aún alberga nuestro hogar

Library Resource
Journal Articles & Books
December, 2018
Myanmar

In light of the urgency of both forest conservation and the recognition of indigenous communities’ rights to land and resources, along with the documented potential for creating conservation synergies through recognition of community rights, this study tries to look at the approaches to forest conservation taken in Myanmar so far, and to take stock of their achievements and impact with respect to both forest conservation and the rights and wellbeing of communities.

Library Resource
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Submission to the Human Rights Council-Universal Review Mechanism (UPR 25th Session 2016)

Reports & Research
December, 2016
Tanzania

This is a stakeholder submission prepared by a coalition of 24 pastoralists and huntergatherers’ Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), forums, networks and groups. The stakeholders submission is a compilation of primary and secondary sources of information, evidence and facts collected through consultative meetings and interviews with civil society organizations, public officials and community members, experts on pastoralism as well as members of the academia.

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