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Film: Zenu Indigenous Women – Protectors and Growers of Mother Earth

9 August 2022
Indigenous Zenu women in Colombia use their traditional knowledge to grow crops without using any pesticides or chemicals.

Briefing: Indigenous Peoples, local communities and area-based conservation targets

5 July 2022
This briefing seeks to bring greater clarity to the intersection between the post-2020 global biodiversity framework and the land and resource rights, collective governance and self-determination of Indigenous Peoples and…

Film: Nana Yala (Mother Earth)

19 May 2022
Nana Yala (Mother Earth) follows a collective of Indigenous women from the Digir Community in Panama as they work together on their fields to produce crops