This links to the ICCA Consortium website. ICCA is an abbreviation for “territories and areas conserved by indigenous peoples and local communities” or “territories of life”.
This is part of a series of reports from an international-to-local analysis of laws relevant to territories and areas conserved by Indigenous Peoples and local communities (ICCAs).
These reports analyze the effects of laws, policies, and implementing agencies on territories and areas conserved by Indigenous Peoples and local communities (ICCAs) and explore the diversity of ways in which Indigenous peoples and local communities are using the law to sustain the resilience of their ICCAs.
In this policy brief, the ICCA Consortium proposes a definition of ‘inclusive conservation’ and specific recommendations for legislators, policy makers and other conservation actors willing to pursue it.
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