MDG Reports, CCAs, UNDAFs and Indigenous Peoples: A Desk Review 2010
The objectives of this review are to examine the extent to which indigenous peoples are included not only within the context of the MDGRs, CCAs and the UNDAFs but also their involvement in the consultation, preparation and compilation processes for these documents. This review identifies opportunities and challenges faced by indigenous peoples within the context of the MDGRs, CCAs and UNDAFs. The final objective of this report, is to provide information not only to the Permanent Forum but also to the UN system, Member States and other interested parties on the experiences gathered in terms of the involvement of indigenous peoples in development processes.
The review also makes recommendations on the approach that can be taken to ensure that indigenous peoples and their issues are included in MDGs and other relevant national, regional and international frameworks.
Methodology: The desk reviews begin with a brief introduction of the country and the indigenous peoples in the country, followed by an overview of each MDGR, CCA or UNDAF then an examination of issues specific to each MDGR, CCA or UNDAF. At the end of this paper there are a number of conclusions and recommendations, including directions that can be taken to ensure inclusiveness of indigenous people’s issues.
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