International Indigenous Peoples Forum on Climate Change

Call for Expression of Interest

Consultancy for Independent Project Evaluation of the project “Supporting Forest Rights and Natural Resource Management of Adivasis in India”

Interested and qualified candidates are requested to submit an Expression of Interest to Mr. Prem Singh Tharu at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.">This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  on or before 20 November, 2019.

The Expression of Interest should include:

  • Curriculum Vitae (CV)
  • Brief technical proposal, indicating main methodological considerations and consultancy fee in USD
  • Three references, to whom AIPP Secretariat may contact

Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted for the interviews. For more information about AIPP, please visit our websites: www.aippnet.org and www.ccmin.aippnet.org

Please click an attachment to access the full Call for Expression of Interest 

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Statement of the International Indigenous Peoples Forum on Climate Change (IIPFCC) in the UNSG Climate Action Summit

We are more than 400 million Indigenous Peoples in the world, and we protect 80% of the world's biodiversity. We are committed to working with all partners to address climate change with a human rights-based approach.

We commit to:

  • Leading the implementation of holistic plans to protect our biocultural diversity, ensuring the inclusion of our most marginalized
  • Develop actions to secure our rights to lands, territories and resources, self-determination and Free, Prior and Informed Consent (FPIC)
  • Access the development of renewable energies in accordance with our self-determination and FPIC

Read more: Statement of the International Indigenous Peoples Forum on Climate Change (IIPFCC) in the UNSG...

For Immediate Release: World Indigenous Peoples Present Climate Action Commitments at UNSG Climate Action Summit

23 September 2019, New York City, NY - The International Indigenous Peoples’ Forum on Climate Change (IIPFCC) met in New York City at the United Nations before the UNSG Climate Action Summit to finalize the Indigenous Peoples commitments on climate action.

Mr. Tuntiak Katan from the Shuar people of Ecuador will present a brief statement today insidethe UNSG Climate Action Summit on behalf of the Indigenous Peoples outlining our threecommitments to 1) Lead the implementation of holistic plans to protect biocultural diversity,ensuring the inclusion of our most marginalized; 2) Develop actions to secure indigenouspeoples’ rights to lands, territories and resources, self-determination and free, prior and informedconsent (FPIC); 3) Access the development of renewable energies in accordance with ourself-determination and FPIC.

Read more: For Immediate Release: World Indigenous Peoples Present Climate Action Commitments at UNSG...

MEDIA RELEASE: “Islands of nature in a sea of decline – indigenous and local knowledge, action and contributions key to saving the world’s nature”

Nature is decreasing worldwide at an alarming rate – it is time to look to indigenous peoples to help find the solution. This was one of the key conclusions reached in the first global assessment of nature and biodiversity, released today (6 May) in Paris.

 "We are at a historical crossroads for humanity,” said Cristiana Paşca Palmer, UN Assistant Secretary-General and Executive Secretary of the UN Biodiversity Convention, speaking in Paris this week at the closing of the IPBES 7 plenary session. please, click the link for detail Media Release 

JOINT SUBMISSION FROM ASIA INDIGEOUS PEOPLES PACT (AIPP) AND INTERNATIONAL WORK GROUP FOR INDIGENOUS AFFAIRS (IWGIA)

AIPP and IWGIA Submission on possible activities for the local communities and indigenous peoples' plataform under the UNFCCC