World Heritage sites and indigenous peoples' rights / edited by Stefan Disko and Helen Tugendhat ; translation: Elaine Bolton (Spanish, French), Lindsay Johnstone (French).
xxii, 545 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
9788792786548 (paperback) 8792786545 (paperback)
Other Standard Identifiers
IWGIA document ; 129. 0105-4503.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references.
Formatted Contents Note
World Heritage sites and indigenous people's rights: an introduction / Stefan Disko, Helen Tugendhat and Lola García-Alix Indigenous peoples and protected areas : towards reconciliation? / Marcus Colchester Indigenous peoples' heritage and human rights / Jérémie Gilbert World heritage, indigenous peoples, communities and rights : an IUCN perspective / Peter Bille Larsen, Gonzalo Oviedo and Tim Badman The Laponian world heritage area : conflict and collaboration in Swedish Sápmi / Carina Green The Sangha Trinational World Heritage site : the experiences of indigenous peoples / Victor Amougou-Amougou and Olivia Woodburne 'We are not taken as people' : ignoring the indigenous identities and history of Tsodilo Hills World Heritage Site, Botswana / Michael Taylor Kahuzi-Biega National Park : World Heritage Site versus the indigenous Twa / Roger Muchuba Buhereko Bwindi Impenetrable National Park : the case of the Batwa / Christopher Kidd Ignoring indigenous peoples' rights : the case of Lake Brogoria's designation as a UNESCO World Heritage Site / Korir Sing'Oei Abraham A World Heritage Site in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area : whose world? Whose heritage? / William Olenasha Western Ghats of India : a natural heritage enclosure? / C.R. Bijoy Indigenous peoples and modern liabilities in the Thung Yai Naresuan Wildlife Sanctuary, Thailand : a conflict over biocultural diversity / Reiner Buergin Shiretoko Natural World Heritage Area and the Ainu people / Ono Yugo Pukulpa pitjama Ananguku ngurakutu : Welcome to Anangu Land : world heritage at Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park / Michael Adams No straight thing : experiences of the Mirarr Traditional Owners of Kakadu National Park with the World Heritage Convention / Justin O'Brien Rainforest aboriginal peoples and the Wet Tropics of Queensland World Heritage Area : the role of indigenous activism in achieving effective involvement in management and recogintion of the cultural values / Henrietta Marrie and Adrian Marrie The tangible and intangible heritage of Tongariro National Park : a Ngāti Tūwharetoa perspective and reflection / George Asher Rapa Nui National Park, cultural world heritage : the struggle of the Rapa Nui People for their ancestral territory and heritage, for environmental protection, and for cultural integrity / Erity Teave and Leslie Cloud Protecting indigenous rights in Denendah : the Dehcho First Nations and Nahanni National Park Reserve / Laura Pitkanen and Jonas Antoine The Pimachiowin Aki World Heritage Project : a collaborate effort of Anishinaabe First Nations and two Canadian provinces to nominate a World Heritage Site / Gord Jones A refuge for people and biodiversity : the case of Manu National Park, South-East Peru / Daniel Rodriguez and Conrad Feather Canaima National Park and World Heritage Site : spirit of evil? / Iokiñe Rodríguez 'We heard the news from the press' : the Central Suriname Nature Reserve and its impacts on the rights of indigenous and tribal peoples / Fergus MacKay Appendices: African Commission on Human and Peoples' Rights Resolution 197 on the Protection of Indigenous Peoples' Rights in the Context of the World Heritage Convention ; World Conservation Congress Resolution 5.047 on the Implementation of UNDRIP in the Context of the World Heritage Convention ; Call to action of the International Expert Workshop on the World Heritage Convention and Indigenous Peoples, Copenhagen, 2012 ; Report of the UN Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples to the UN General Assembly, 2012 (Excerpt) ; Letter of the UN Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples to the World Heritage Centre, 2013.
K3247 .W67 2014
Copenhagen : IWGIA, International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs, Forest Peoples Programme, Gundjeihmi Aboriginal Corporation, 2014.