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New Stakeholder Engagement Resources on un-redd.org

Check out the newly revamped webpage on Engagement of Indigenous Peoples and other forest dependent communities on un-redd.org.


The new section now features more resources and information on the Programme's national and global-level stakeholder engagement activities, the history of stakeholder engagement, the UN-REDD Programme's guidelines on stakeholder engagement and free, prior and informed consent (FPIC) and recourse mechanisms, as well as more links to other resources and UNFCCC decisions.

Let us know what you think of our new stakeholder engagement section by emailing us at un-redd@un-redd.org or posting on the UN-REDD Programme blog or Facebook page.

 
In this issue

News

UN-REDD at COP17 and Forest Day 5

National UN-REDD Programme Updates

Addressing Corruption Risks in REDD+ in Asia-Pacific

New Stakeholder Engagement Resources on un-redd.org
Features & Commentary

Update on REDD+ in Solomon Islands
By: Aki Kono and Matieu Henry
Reports & Analysis

New Publication on Climate Change for Forest Policy-Makers

Report on Multiple Benefits of REDD+ in Ecuador now Available in Spanish

REDD+ Partnership Discusses Progress Made on REDD+ Database, Measuring and Monitoring
Looking ahead

UNFCCC COP17
28 November- 9 December, 2011: Durban, South Africa

Climate-Smart Knowledge Day
29 November, 2011: Durban, South Africa

REDD+ CEB Side event at COP17
30 November, 2011: Durban, South Africa

Forest Day 5
4 December, 2011: Durban, South Africa
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