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Environmental Justice

Indigenous communities, especially indigenous women, are known as the custodians of the land. All over the World, Indigenous People have been claiming their right to express their contribution and concerns on environmental justice.
As Indigenous Peoples, we possess the knowledge and skills needed to progress towards a sustainable world. The young indigenous generation needs to get involved in cultivating, preserving and sharing our traditional and customary practices and values.
In this regard, NIDWAN focus on researching, raising awareness and reporting locally and internationally on the impact of environmental justice on Indigenous Peoples with Disabilities. NIDWAN also collaborates with organizations on the front line of environmental justice. NIDWAN is advocating for the representation and participation of Indigenous Peoples and Indigenous Peoples with Disabilities in environmental justice negotiations.

Some of posts for this section are listed below.

Climate Change Virtual Course: A Collaboration of Nepal Federation of Indigenous Nationalities (NEFIN) & NIDWAN

NIDWAN, in collaboration with the Nepal Federation of Indigenous Nationalities (NEFIN) and the support of the PAWANKA Fund, conducted 10-weeks Virtual Course on Climate Change entitled 'Discussion on Climate Change (CC), Indigenous Youth, and Indigenous People with Disabilities'. The course was designed to engage and capacitate the indigenous youths for advocacy and sensitize them on […]
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CC Policy NIDWAN

NIDWAN, in 2020, has prepared a ‘Climate Change Policy’ which majorly focuses on various national and international instruments and policies on CC for underrepresented groups. The paper is devised mainly based on the review of existing policies and analysis which depicts the inter-relationships of the climate policies/plans, climate programs/projects and climate-related practices and perceptions. For […]
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21st Session of UNFCCC Conference of the State Parties COP 21, 16-18 September 2015 

Ms. Pratima Gurung, President of NIDWAN took part in the 21st session of the UNFCCC, COP-21, 16-18th September 2015 at Chiang Mai. She represented People with Disabilities from Asia in the event, pitching forward CC and its regard to People with Disabilities who experience severe indirect impacts and are critical concerns that have remained unnoticed. […]
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