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Good practices for implementing Convention No. 169. Some main principles. Consultation and participation Coordinated and systematic action Flexibility in implementation. ♪. C.169 requires: Special measures to safeguard institutions, culture, environment ...

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some main principles
Some main principles
  • Consultation and participation
  • Coordinated and systematic action
  • Flexibility in implementation

implementation mechanisms
C.169 requires:

Special measures to safeguard institutions, culture, environment ...

Agencies and appropriate mechanisms - with necessary means

Resources and means to develop IPs’ own institutions and initiatives

Some necessary considerations:

Coordinating body for government mainstreaming

Constitution and legislation

PRS/Sector policies

Inclusive institutions

Targeted groups and areas (vulnerability)

Implementation mechanisms

lessons learned implementation
Lessons learned: implementation
  • Long-term process
  • Need to prioritise
  • Link research, planning, implementation,

monitoring and reporting

  • Design mechanisms
  • Build capacity
  • Involve all partners

consultation and participation an obligation of the state
Specific mechanisms – within a culture of consultation

Representation in Parliament and in local governance institutions

Consultative bodies and inclusion of IP bodies

Legislation on specific consultations

Consultation and participation: An obligation of the State
  • Whenever:
  • Legislative and administrative measures
  • Special measures
  • National and regional plans and programmes
  • Management or exploitation of natural resources
  • Transmission of land rights and relocation

Constructive rather than defensive mechanism

recognition of ownership user rights to traditional lands territories
Recognition of ownership/user rights to traditional lands/territories
  • Identification of lands, titling and recognition of rights, resolution of land claims, restitution
  • Complexity of rights and diversity of modalities (collective/individual)
  • Inclusive and area-based approach
  • Resources and institutional capacity
  • Transparency and benchmarks

eliminate socio economic gaps
Eliminate socio-economic gaps
  • Health: Equal acces and traditional practices
  • Education: Equal access and bilingual-intercultural education
  • Vocational training:Equal access and special measures (bilingual teachers, health workers…)
  • Employment and occupation:Equal access and support

to traditional occupations

data and indicators
Data and indicators
  • Lack of data – invisibility in national statistics, mobility of identity
  • Census and disaggregating data related to existing indicators (e.g. MDG, EFA)
  • Specific indicators and data gathering: E.g., vulnerable groups, land rights…
  • Benchmarks for implementation of Convention No. 169