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All eyes on the Amazon: linking strategies, territories and organizations

This session brought Indigenous and local leaders together to share, evaluate and recommend strategies for mainstreaming Indigenous and grassroots voices in global climate agendas. Drawing on successes and lessons learned from the All Eyes on the Amazon (AEA) explored: -Key issues, threats and challenges facing Indigenous and local people in the Amazon Basin Current strategies, […]

Strengthening the defense of Indigenous Peoples’ rights through collective learning and exchanges

Through the testimonials of Alex Lucitante and Adriano Karipuna, indigenous leaders of the Amazon, we learn about the threats that endanger the Amazon forest and its inhabitants; and how through the use of technologies, collective learning and the exchange of experiences, the Indigenous peoples of the Amazon Basin are working together to strengthen the defense of their human and territorial rights.

Testimonials by:
Adriano Karipuna (Karipuna indigenous land) and Alex Lucitante (A’i Kofan Sinangoe)

Land Mapping

The second meeting of the thematic cycle on Land Defense Strategies took place on January 21, 2021, and was focused on Land Mapping. The meeting included the presentation of the Advances and Challenges in Mapping Waorani Ancestral Lands, in Ecuador, presented by Oswando Nenquimo, Waorani Resistance spokesman and Founding Member of Alianza Ceibo; the Experiences […]

Land Surveillance and Monitoring Systems and Equipment

The first meeting of the thematic cycle on Land Defense Strategies took place on December 10, 2020, and had as its central subject the Land Surveillance and Monitoring Systems and Equipment. The meeting included the presentation of the Community Land Monitoring Model of Alianza Ceibo in Ecuador, focused on the Case of the Sinangoe Community, […]