Establishing IPCAs

The Conservation through Reconciliation Partnership, Canadian Parks Collective for Innovation and Leadership, the Assembly of First Nations and Environment and Climate Change Canada discuss initiatives to meet Canada’s international conservation targets and advancing Indigenous leadership in conservation.

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This collection of short videos was produced in 2019 for the 35th anniversary of the Meares Island Tribal Park Declaration in 1984.

Biocultural Community Protocols

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This toolkit provides guidance for Indigenous communities on documenting, developing, and using a biocultural community protocol. This is to ensure that external actors respect their customary laws, values, and decision-making processes, particularly those concerning stewardship of their territories and areas.

A toolkit to support conservation by indigenous peoples and local communities: building capacity and sharing knowledge for indigenous peoples’ and community conserved territories and areas (ICCAs)

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This toolkit provides valuable information on ICCAs can be supported through building capacity and sharing knowledge. Key sections explore Documenting Presence (pg. 14), Management Planning (pg. 30), Monitoring and Evaluation (pg. 44), Communication (pg. 52), and Finance and Values (pg. 60).

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