Author: Joan CarlingProducing Organization: The Swedish International
Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA), Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact (AIPP)Use Rights: non copyrightedAvailability: Hard Copy at LINK Resource CentreLanguage: English
Management and supervision of step with the people in the workplace; Ensure data separation requirements necessary and priorities of women, men, by sex gender of each family, each locality can involve the active basis equal benefit for all, but focus on the benefits to the poor, and the disadvantaged.
Author: Mr. Khamphone MounlamaiProducing Organization: IRASUse Rights: No Copy rightAvailability: Soft CopyLanguage: English
Type: Training ReportSize: 1.5 MBPublished Date:Tags: gender, climate change adaptation
Gender and Climate Change Adaptation trainings were done in two provinces. The total training is 4 days. Between 06 – 09 August
2013, the training was conducted at the meeting hall of the Provincial Department of Agriculture and Forestry, in Kaison Phomvihan
District, Savannakhet Province, with the total participants of 45 people (35 women). The seond training was implemented between 13 – 16 August 2013 at a meeting room of the
Constitution of the Lao PDR (1991 and 2003): Equality for all citizens in the social, political, economic and legal spheres in a multi-ethnic society. Article Eight “All ethnic groups have the right to preserve their own traditions and culture, and those of the Nation.Discrimination between ethnic groups is forbidden.”
Author: FIDHProducing Organization: LAO MOVEMENT FOR HUMAN RIGHTUse Rights: non copyrightedAvailability: soft copyonlyLanguage: Englist
Type: Gender mainstreaming and EthinicitySize: 143.58 kBPublished Date:Tags: right, confiscation, freedom, expression, movement
Land rights have become a key issue of concern. The ongoing awarding of long-term concessions to
foreign investors has resulted in land confiscation without adequate compensation and has forced
many communities from their lands. Land deals are overwhelmingly signed in the mining (mainly
copper and gold) and commercial agriculture (mainly rubber and eucalyptus) sectors.
It has been proven time and again that integration of gender issues into forestry policies and practices by addressing women’s roles and needs is central to the
sustainable management, conservation and governance of forests. In the Asia- Pacific region alone, there are about 450 million people who rely on forests fortheir livelihoods and 50% of them are women.
Instructions for using flipchart to make a SWOT chart and assess the internal strengths and weaknesses of your planning tools in terms of GEED, assess the opportunities you have to improve them with outside help and assess the “Threats” or “Challenges” to improving the use of your tools to promote GEED.
GEED crosscutting issue in sectors, themes, PCM and tools and Project cycle management and GEED; Work place diversity promotion; Case study Sayhuaylad HC (need for more detailed and disaggregated information); Instrument/Tools: Planning & SWOT analysis; Participation and GEED: Levels of participation (implementation).
Base on SDC’s Policy on Gender Equality, SDC’s Human rights policy, and the 7thNSEDP 2011-2015 of Lao PDR to ensure that all SDC interventions increase women’s and men’s opportunities to exercise their rights and gain benefits from developmentequally.
Convinced that the recognition of the rights of indigenous peoples in this Declaration will enhance harmonious and cooperative relations between the State and indigenous peoples, based on principles of justice, democracy, respect for human rights, non-discrimination and good faith.