Indigenous Education and Environment

The website, Asia Indigenous Peoples CCMIN (Climate Change Monitory and Information Network) has as one of its partners, Indigenous Peoples’ Foundation for Education and Environment (I.P.F) that was officially launch in November 2005 to meet the needs of the indigenous community. The  aim of the group is to “best serve the need of its target communities particularly on issues of indigenous peoples’ education, self-determined development and customary land use and natural resource management.” The site provides a wealth of resources and articles which details of the policy changing efforts and case studies of unhealthy environmental practices. Overwhelming information on environmental and land issues can be examined as well as guides into capacity building exercises.



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