Presentation on theme: "INTERNATIONAL UNION FOR CONSERVATION OF NATURE RIGHTS FOR REDD+ OR REDD+ FOR RIGHTS? SUCCESSFUL EXPERIENCES AND REMAINING CHALLENGES WORKSHOP 0775: IUCN."— Presentation transcript:
INTERNATIONAL UNION FOR CONSERVATION OF NATURE RIGHTS FOR REDD+ OR REDD+ FOR RIGHTS? SUCCESSFUL EXPERIENCES AND REMAINING CHALLENGES WORKSHOP 0775: IUCN WCC JEJU, 7 SEPT 2012
2 Program outline Ideas Rights and REDD+: viewpoints Cases Experiences: Guatemala, Cameroon, Indonesia Debate Discussion – what do you think? Choices – what is the priority for action?
3 Framing the discussion Some of the big questions on REDD and rights: -Is recognition of rights a pre-requisite for REDD+? Or can REDD+ go ahead without recognition of rights? -Are there trade-offs between efficient emissions reductions and recognition of rights? What are they and how do we negotiate them? -What are the choices to move forwards with REDD+ and rights?
4 Framing the discussion What do we have to work with? –The IUCN Pro-poor REDD Project Draft ‘seven principles for Pro-poor REDD+’ –FFP and FFI work on REDD+ and rights Inspiration from the Whakatane initiative –The Conservation Initiative on Human Rights Recommendations from discussion And a room full of experience, ideas and questions in this workshop....
5 Framing the discussion 7 principles and 22 recommendations, organised into four themes: 1.Participation in REDD decision making 2.Free Prior Informed Consent (FPIC) 3.Land Tenure, Resource Rights and REDD+ 4.Equitable sharing of benefits
6 Keynote 1 Justin Kenrick Forest Peoples’ Program
7 Keynote 2 Linda Rosengren Fauna Flora International
8 Case study 1 Mario Escobedo IUCN Meso-Americas Office
9 Case Study 2 Albertine Tchoulack Centre d’Appui aux Femmes Rurales, Cameroon
10 Case Study 3 Yunus Yumte Samdhana Institute, Indonesia
11 Discussion -Is recognition of rights a pre-requisite for REDD+? Or can REDD+ go ahead without recognition of rights? -Are there trade-offs between efficient emissions reductions and recognition of rights? What are they and how do we negotiate them? -What are the choices to move forwards with REDD+ and rights?
12 Your ideas and choices Break-out groups (20 mins)Rapid Report Back (1 min each)Voting (10 mins) Workshop outputs
13 Your ideas and choices Break-out Groups: Group 1: Participation in REDD decision making Group 2: Free Prior Informed Consent (FPIC) Group 3: Land Tenure, Resource Rights and REDD+ Group 4: Equitable sharing of benefits
14 Your ideas and choices Break-out Groups: “produce a set of recommendations for action on REDD and Rights under your theme” Review the principles Amend and correct the recommendations Produce a list of brief, clear proposals for voting Capture ideas and highlight differences
15 Your ideas and choices Voting on the group proposals: -Everyone has the same number of sticky dots -You vote by putting a dot on a proposal -You can vote for proposals for any of the groups -You can put as many dots as you want on each proposal -You have ten minutes for voting!
16 What next? Outputs from this workshop: -Will be part of the congress report back -For full documentation of this workshop, please leave an address with one of the team Other events at the Congress...
17 Other events - today TODAY – 14.30Poster: Pro-Poor REDD Lobby, 1st Floor, ICC – 14.30REDD and GenderJust World Pavilion, ICC – 16.30Workshop: Safeguards and IPs (spanish) Room 101, ICC
18 Other events TOMORROW, SAT 8 SEP – 18.00Cons. Campus: Law and Governance for REDD+ Pearl Room, Lotte Hotel – 18.00CC, REDD and adaptation – training for IPs Crystal ballroom 3, Lotte Hotel – 21.00Workshop: Mainstreaming pro-poor Approach to REDD Halla A, ICC MONDAY 10 SEP – 21.00Whaktane Mechanism: human rights and protected areas Room 202, ICC