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Experiencias Mesoamericanas sobre el Manejo Forestal

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Documental subtitulado en inglés sobre el Manejo Forestal Comunitario de la Alianza Mesoamericana de Pueblos y Bosques grabado en comunidades de Panamá y Honduras.

El Consejo Civil Mexicano para la Silvicultura Sostenible junto con otras organizaciones forma parte de la Alianza Mesoamericana de Pueblos y Bosques.

Local Governance, Anti-Corruption and REDD+ in Latin America and the Caribbean: Exploring Synergies to Strengthen Transparency and Accountability

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The Transparency and Accountability in Local Governments (TRAALOG) regional initiative started in April 2010. The TRAALOG has been supported by the Democratic Governance Thematic Trust Fund (DGTTF), the Global Thematic Programme on Anti-Corruption for Development Effectiveness (PACDE), and the United Nations Development Progamme (UNDP) Spanish Trust Fund. The TRAALOG is an initiative of the UNDP Democratic Governance Practice Area of the Regional Bureau for Latin America and the Caribbean (RBLAC), and is implemented from the UNDP Regional Centre for Latin America and the Caribbean in Panama.
The TRAALOG targets small initiatives at the local level that can be scaled up through policy support and capacity development and partnerships. One of the key activities of TRAALOG is to promote the development and systematization of knowledge products and tools, focusing on specific initiatives aimed at increasing transparency and accountability, as well as to mainstream anti-corruption issues into other areas, such as access to information, ethics, climate change, health, Millennium Development Objectives and social audit. The idea is for these knowledge products to serve as means and to generate interest and discussion among UNDP Country Offices inside and outside the region, regional service centers and other units of UNDP and the wider United Nations System, as well as development and democratic governance practitioners.
Similarly, it is hoped that these knowledge products could serve as a reference in pursuing initiatives and in seeking opportunities for replication. These can also be used to develop and support projects and programs, as well as regional activities. These knowledge products are the result of partnerships with a number of UNDP Country Offices, donors, consultants and associate experts, academic institutions and civil society organizations. All helped to identify experiences that provide valuable practical information relative to improving democratic governance and increasing transparency and accountability.

 

Autores: García, Beatriz

Declaration on Climate Change and REDD+ of the National Coordination of Indigenous Peoples of Panama (COONAPIP) and the Mesoamerican people and forest alliance

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During September 26th, 27th and 28th in 2011 in Panama City, the sisters and brothers, traditional authorities and representatives of indigenous people: Embera, Wounaan, Naso Tjërdi, Ngäbe, Bugle, Guna, Bribri, THE NATIONAL COORDINATION OF THE INDIGENOUS PEOPLES OF PANAMA (COONAPIP), representatives of the MESOAMERICAN PEOPLE AND FOREST ALLIANCE (AMPB) have come together to conduct the “Mesoamerican Analysis of a common approach for the environmental and social safeguards under REDD+ from the territories ” with the aim to express our position in front of the FCPF, WB, UN-REDD, governments and other instances that implement initiatives on climate change and REDD+.

Declaración sobre Cambio Climático y REDD+ de la Coordinadora Nacional de los Pueblos Indígenas de Panamá (COONAPIP) y la Alianza Mesoamericana de Pueblos y Bosques

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Reunidos en la ciudad de Panamá durante los 26, 27 y 28 se septiembre de 2011, las hermanas y hermanos autoridades tradicionales y representantes de los pueblos indígenas: Emberá, Wounaan, Naso Tjërdi, Ngäbe, Bugle, Guna, Bribri miembros de la Coordinadora Nacional de los Pueblos Indígenas de Panamá (COONAPIP) y los representantes de la Alianza Mesoamericana de Pueblos y Bosques (AMPB), con el fin de realizar un “Análisis Mesoamericana sobre enfoque común para las Salvaguardas Ambientales y Sociales del FCPF en el marco de REDD + desde los territorios” queremos dejar constancia de nuestra posición ante el FCPF, BM, UN-REDD, gobiernos y otras instancias implementadoras de iniciativas sobre cambio climático y REDD+.