The ICCA Consortium is a non-profit association that serves the local-to-global movement for territories of life – collective lands, waters and territories conserved by Indigenous Peoples and local communities through their cultures, governance systems, and ways of life.

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Messages from Indigenous Peoples and local communities for CBD COP15 (playlist)

Messages from Indigenous Peoples and local communities for the UN Ocean Conference (playlist)
Indigenous Peoples' and local communities' opening statement at the IUCN Africa Protected Areas Congress
ICCAs and the ICCA Consortium: Conserving territories of life (English)
Les APAC et le Consortium APAC - La conservation des territoires de vie (Français)
TICCA y el Consorcio TICCA - La conservación de los territorios de vida (Español)
ICCAs and the ICCA Consortium: Conserving territories of life (Chinese)
ICCA & Liên minh ICCA - Bảo tồn lãnh thổ của sự sống (Vietnamese)
ICCAs and the ICCA Consortium: Conserving territories of life (Cambodian)
ICCAs and the ICCA Consortium: Conserving territories of life (Armenian)

KEY PUBLICATIONS

Territories of Life Executive Summary

A global spatial analysis

Guidance from communities for communities

Nourishing Life -Territories of Life & Food Sovereignty

Whose ‘Inclusive Conservation’?

ICCAs and Overlapping Protected Areas: Fostering Conservation Synergies and Social Reconciliation

Reconocer y apoyar a los TICCA en Mesoamérica— ¿por qué y cómo?

Collective Land Tenure and Community Conservation

ICCAs and Aichi Targets: The Contribution of Indigenous Peoples’ and Local Community Conserved Territories and Areas to the Strategic Plan for Biodiversity 2011-20

FROM THE BLOG

What are we advocating for in the post-2020 global biodiversity framework?

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Perspectives and experiences of Indigenous Peoples, local communities and their organizations and allies in the global movement for territories of life

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The evidence base for a human rights-based global biodiversity framework

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The Journey to COP15

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ICCA Consortium at CBD COP15

In the final stretch of UN negotiations of the post-2020 global biodiversity framework, the time is now to recognize Indigenous Peoples and local communities as central to sustaining the diversity of life on Earth. Visit our special webpage for more information:

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