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Convocatoria a Traductores Voluntarios para Apoyar al Consorcio TICCA

La comunicación entre continentes, idiomas y culturas es parte de nuestra vida diaria en el Consorcio TICCA. A medida que nos esforzamos por seguir mejorando nuestra capacidad de compartir e intercambiar historias, experiencias e información con nuestros Miembros y socios, estamos creando un grupo de voluntarios para apoyar con la traducción. Read more ▸

Thanking Carolina Amaya for her Outstanding Work

We would like to warmly thank Carolina Amaya for her remarkable work as Spanish editor and translator for the ICCA Consortium, for which she has provided a dedicated and masterful hand for more than eight years. We wish her all the best and will remain in close contact as she focuses (even more!) on supporting ICCAs—territories of life in Colombia. Read more ▸

Informe de Políticas no. 7 del Consorcio TICCA – Significados y más…

En 2018, el Consejo del Consorcio TICCA decidió desarrollar un lexicón de conceptos y términos significativos que se usan con frecuencia en el trabajo, las políticas y las relaciones con sus Miembros y socios. Muchos de nosotros sentián que era necesario desarrollar este compendio de referencia ya que el Consorcio había destacado y adoptado nuevas formas de referirse a fenómenos que, históricamente, no habían sido analizados conceptualmente. El primero entre estos fenómenos es precisamente el concepto de TICCA—territorio de vida, que está en el corazón del trabajo del Consorcio. Read more ▸

A Photographic Journey: the Tsum Territory of Life in Nepal, Himalaya

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Concluding a collective process spanning five years, this photo story presents the Tsum territory of life, highlighting its institutions and practices of biocultural conservation, as well as the external and internal threats to the land, and the responses of the Tsumba people, guided by their determination to sustain their territory for current and future generations. Read more ▸

Webinar: What Do OECMs Mean for Territories of Life?

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In the second webinar organised by ICCA Consortium Member NTFP-EP to build shared capacity and understanding of ICCAs—territories of life in Southeast Asia, Harry Jonas presented ‘other effective area-based conservation measures’ and the challenges and opportunities this new framework for Indigenous peoples and local communities represents.  Read more ▸

Global Report Identifies Land, Environmental and Indigenous Peoples’ Rights as Most Dangerous Sector for Human Rights Defenders

With growing global concern over our climate and ecological crises, those who defend Mother Earth should be gaining better protection – but instead, they are being targeted. According to Front Line Defenders’ annual global analysis, the fight for land, environmental and indigenous peoples’ rights was the most dangerous sector for defenders, comprising 40% of the human rights defenders killed in 2019.  Read more ▸