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    This course is one of two courses offered by the REDD+ Academy. It provides the basis for a good understanding of REDD+ principles. The second course, “Advancing on REDD+,” provides content for a deeper understanding of how countries can benefit from applying REDD+ at a national level. Overall, the two courses provide an overview of key REDD+ issues with the aim of empowering participants to contribute to a well-informed national REDD+ process.
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    Although there is a significant number of international legal standards protecting indigenous peoples’ rights, implementation remains a challenge. Additionally, violations of those rights threaten the integrity of many indigenous peoples’ territories and communities. This webinar series explores international and regional indigenous human rights frameworks and how they can be applied nationally using specific examples. It highlights the mechanisms through which indigenous peoples’ communities can better access justice.