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ICCA Legal Reviews

An Analysis of International Law, National Legislation, Judgements, And Institutions As They Interrelate With Territories And Areas Conserved By Indigenous Peoples And Local Communities

Between 2011-2012, Natural Justice and Kalpavriksh – on behalf of the ICCA Consortium – undertook an international-to-local analysis of a spectrum of laws relevant to ICCAs. The reports analyze the effects of laws, policies and implementing agencies on ICCAs, and explore the diversity of ways in which Indigenous peoples and local communities are using the law to sustain the resilience of their ICCAs.

The synthesis report, entitled Legal and Institutional Aspects of Recognizing and Supporting Conservation by Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities, was launched in 2012 at the World Conservation Congress (Jeju, Korea) and the 11th Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity (Hyderabad, India).

Publications
International-Law-and-Jurisprudence-English
Synthesis Report of ICCA Legal Reviews
28 Sep 2012

Pacific-regional-Australia
Australia
28 Sep 2012
Americas-Regional-Bolivia
Bolivia
28 Sep 2012
Americas-Regional-Canada
Canada
28 Sep 2012
Americas-Regional-Chile
Chile
28 Sep 2012
Pacific-regional-Fiji
Fiji
28 Sep 2012
Asia-Regional-India
India
28 Sep 2012
Africa-Regional-Kenya
Kenya
28 Sep 2012
Asia-Regional-Malaysia
Malaysia
28 Sep 2012
Mozambique-Legal-Review
Mozambique
28 Dec 2014
Africa-Regional-Namibia
Namibia
28 Sep 2012
Americas-Regional-Panama
Panama
28 Sep 2012
Africa-Regional-Senegal
Senegal
28 Sep 2012
SA-Legal-Review
South Africa
28 Dec 2014
Americas-Regional-Suriname
Suriname
28 Sep 2012
Asia-Regional-Taiwan
Taiwan
28 Sep 2012
Asia-Regional-Philippines
The Philippines
28 Sep 2012
Zimbabwe-Legal-Review
Zimbabwe
28 Dec 2014