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1   Link   Tebtebba
Tebtebba (Indigenous Peoples' International Centre for Policy Research and Education) is an indigenous peoples' organization born out of the need for heightened advocacy to have the rights of indigenous peoples recognized, respected and protected worldwide.
2   Link   MPIDO
Mainyoito Pastoralists Integrated Development (MPIDO) is an organization working with the Masai indigenous peoples with a mission to promote, facilitate, and create an enabling environment for securing human rights including natural resources rights for sustainable livelihoods among the pastoralist Maasai Society.
3   Link   NEFIN
Nepal Federation of Indigenous Nationalities (NEFIN) is an autonomous and politically non-partisan, national level common organization. NEFIN currently consists of 54 indigenous member organizations widely distributed throughout the Terai, Hills and Himalayas of Nepal.
4   Link   AMAN
Aliansi Masyarakat Adat Nusantara (AMAN) or Indigenous Peoples Alliance of the Archipelago is an indigenous peoples organization composed of indigenous peoples communities from Indonesia. The Alliance is working on Indigenous Peoples' rights as well as well as the promotion of traditional knowledge and customary law.
5   Link   AIPP
The Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact Foundation (AIPP) is a regional organizationn conceived by indigenous peoples organizations in 1988 to strengthen the process of building cooperation and solidarity among indigenous peoples of Asia. It is committed to the cause of protecting and revitalizing indigenous systems and institutions and their control over their ancestral homelands and their own development and future.
6   Link   CHIRAPAQ
CHIRAPAQ (Centro de Culturas Indígenas el Perú) es una asociación civil conformada por ciudadanos y ciudadanas indígenas que trabajan por construir en el Perú una sociedad plural y equitativa, donde se respeten los derechos, los sueños y las aspiraciones de nuestros pueblos originarios, asumiendo un especial compromiso con la mujer indígena, portadora y preservadora de nuestra herencia cultural. Contamos democráticamente, desde una apuesta intercultural, con el aporte interdisciplinario de personas identificadas y comprometidas con la propuesta institucional.
7   Link   ICC
Founded in 1977 by the late Eben Hopson of Barrow, Alaska, the Inuit Circumpolar Council (ICC) has flourished and grown into a major international non-government organization representing approximately 150,000 Inuit of Alaska, Canada, Greenland, and Chukotka (Russia). The organization holds Consultative Status II at the United Nations.
8   Link   CCMIN
The Climate Change Monitoring and Information Network (CCMIN) was established by AIPP, together with its partner-organizations, as a channel for informational dissemination and exchange at the local, national, national and regional levels on climate change issues relating to indigenous peoples. Through this monitoring and information network, AIPP hopes facilitate greater sharing and access to information and to contribute to awareness- raising and generating more attention to the particular issues of indigenous peoples on climate change. Especial attention shall be on the Reducing Emission from De-forestation and Degradation (REDD) as a mitigation measure against global warming.
9   Link   CADPI
El Centro para la Autonomía y Desarrollo de los Pueblos Indígenas, CADPI, es una organización social dedicada a la investigación y estudio de temas relacionados con los pueblos indígenas de Nicaragua, regionales a nivel de Centroamérica y Latinoamérica; y globales.
10   Link   Indigenous Knowledge in Disaster Management
This interview-based study was conducted in 2005 by RAIPON in partnership with the UNEP and UNEP/GRID-Arendal. As the first project in Russia aiming at studying and learning from indigenous people’s traditional knowledge about disaster management, the study focused on the indigenous peoples of Nenets Autonomous Okrug (NAO) and Kamchatka to document how individuals perceive and manage natural disasters and extreme weather events, including documentation of strategies for early detection of coming events, coping strategies, and perceptions of short and long term impacts of these events on biodiversity.
11   Link   CIR
The work of the CIR (Conselho Indígena de Roraima/Indigenous Council of Roraima) is directed primarily to the demarcation of indigenous lands and approval of Roraima (32 total), and special attention to the monitoring of those areas, education, health and self-sustainability.