MATRIZ DE TRABAJO OTCA 2013

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ORGANIZACIÓN DEL TRATADO DE COOPERACIÓN AMAZÓNICA PLAN DE TRABAJO 2013 B. COORDINACIÓN DE ASUNTOS INDÍGENAS The work-plan for 2013 for the Coordination of Indigenous Affairs is concived to contribute to the achievement of the overall objective to ensure IP inclusion and participation in the management of their resources. The planned activities are consistent with the recommendations, mandates from MCs and the ACTO's Strategic Agenda. The activities on Indigenous peoples in voluntary isolation and initial contact are guided by the project document which aims at contributing to the protection of IP in the Amazon basin, through definition of policies and common actions between governments, indigenous peoples, indigenous organizations and non-governmental organizations with expertise in the area. The activities of the Protection of Traditional Knowledge is to enhance knowledge to support the mechanisms developmed by MCs to ensure the rights of IP to maintain, control and develop their TK and traditional culturalexpessions, ensure that TK is accessed respect to the principles of FPIC at the national levels. Lands & Territories of IP and other tribal communties: The planned activities are to compile information on the legislative provisions and recognition of indigenous lands, and to organize a body of concepts on the recognition and management of IP lands. It also aims to make the information available, and promote sharing of experiences among the MCs. Emerging Issues: The activities for 2013 are to lay the basis/ developing proposals for addressing the emerging issues in the areas of Health, Food Security, and technology in collaboration with relevant coordinations within ACTO. The Coordination of Indigenous Affairs will participate in relevant international and regional meetings, national commissions, as well as meetings of other Coordinations within ACTO.The Coordination will participate in relevant international and regional meetings, national commissions, as well as meetings of other Coordinations of ACTO. ACTIVITIES (i): Expected Results (a..n )

Planned Actions

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B.1. Sub-theme: Indigenous peoples in voluntary isolation and initial contact. i. Recruitment of International and National consultants for the Program (International Health, National Health and National facilitators) a. Analysis and recommendations on the health situation and legal provisions for IP in voluntary isolation and initial contact of each participating country.

a.1. Develop Terms of reference, a.2. Request approval from Member Countries (MC) and IDB. a.3. announce Call for counsultancies to Member countries.

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a.4. Review applications, and request IDB no objection on selected candidate.

ii. Third CODIR Meeting in Ecuador a. Reviewed and approved Annual Operations plan, procurement plan, and recommendations for the implementation of the program.

a.1 Develop an Agenda and obtain approval from Chairperson of CODIR & MCs.

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a.2.Collaborate with Government of Ecuador in planning logistics and organizing the third CODIR; a.3. Prepare materials and information; a.4. Request MCs to submit information on their delegates.

a.5. Prepare and approve the final report

iii. National Workshops on Methodologies of Legal Protectiion and Health of Indigenous Peoples and Voluntary Isolation in Initial Contact a. Reports on the National mechanisms/processes on Legal Protection and Health of Indigenous Peoples

a.1. Provide technical support to the international and national consultants in the planning and organizing national workshops; a.2. Participate in the national workshops, if possible.

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iv. Workshops on the Legislation and on Health Situation for Indigenous Peoples (IP) - (Review of the outcomes of consultancy). a. National and International Reports for the Health Program for the Indigenous Peoples in isolation and initial contact

a.1. Develop base documents, and agenda. a.2. Plan and organize the workshop in collaboration with the host country and the legal consultant.

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a.3. Inform and request participation of Member countries at the workshop. a.4. Prepare and approve Final Report document

v. Technical Meetings: Review and approval of the Final documents of international Legal and Health consultants a.1. Internal review of the products of the cosultancy; a. An analysis of legal protection and Health of IP in a.2. Organize the technical meetings on Health, and Legal Consultancy (Final Outcomes); voluntary isolation in the Amazon, with recommendation for a.3. Obtain approval of the final documents. improvement in the respective areas.

vi. Field Mission on the Protection of Isolated Indigenous Peoples. a. Exchanged and Enhanced knowledge on the Protection a.1. Consult with MC on the field Mission; b) Collaborate with MC on logistical planning; c) methodologies for IP in voluntary Isolation and Initial Request MCs participation and support for the activity Contact.

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vii. Promote creation of Technical Support for the establishment of National Technical Committees (NTC) a. Established National Technical Committee; b) proposal a.1 Remind MCs on the establishment of NTCs; for the establishment of Permanent sub-national a.2. Provide technical information/support , commission on IP. a.3.Participate in NTC meetings, if possible.;

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a.4.Discussions on the establishment of Permanent Sub-National Commission on Indigenous Peoples.

viii. National Technical Committee meeting with national health consultant and Sector Agencies, including Ministry of health. a. Report with suggestions for the development/ improvement of national protection plans and tools in the legal and health areas, and b) Proposal for the establishment of Sub-Commission for IP in voluntary isolation and initial contact.

a.1. Provide relevant program information and other technical support to national consultants in planning NTC meeting with relevant sector agencies.

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Planned Actions

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B.1. Sub-theme: Indigenous peoples in voluntary isolation and initial contact. ix. National Training workshops on methodologies of Protection of Indigenous Peoples in voluntary isolation and initial contact (part 2) a. New information and reports on progress made by member countries in the protection of Indigenous Peoples in voluntary isolation and initial contact.

a.1.Develop base documents, and agenda. a.2.Plan and organize the workshop in collaboration with the host country and the legal consultant.

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a.3. Inform and request participation of Member countries at the workshop. a.4. Prepare and approve Final Report document Note: The program "Strategic Framework for developing Regional Agenda for the protection of Indigenous Peoples in voluntary isolation and initial contact" is funded by the InterAmerican Development Bank

B.2. Sub-theme: Protection of traditional knowledge of indigenous peoples and other tribal communities. Strategic Agenda Short-Term Activities: i. Disseminate information on Free, Prior, Informed Consent, through ACTO website a. Readily accessible information on FPIC.

a.1. Obtain updated information from Member countries on FPIC processes; a.2. Collaborate with Communications and IT personnel of ACTO to publish / disseminate information on Free, Prior, Informed, Consent through ACTO's website.

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ii. Create a virtual network of Technical experts on Traditional Knowledge to promote exchange of information and experiences on TK protection a. Established Information Sharing Network (virtual) to share information on TK.

a.1. Develop TOR and Identify technical experts b) Request MCs to identify national technical experts to be part of the network; c) Establish virtual space and facilitate first virtual meeting of technical experts on TK

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iii. Convene regional meetings related to the CBD and ILO Convention 169 with active participation of Indigenous Peoples a.1. Established strategic contacts with CBD and ILO for future collaboration in activities of Indigenous Agenda. a.2. Enhanced Knowledge on CBD and Nagoya Protocol

a.1. Explore possibilities of collaboration and/or participation in relevant events of CBD and ILO 169 Convention; a.2. Capacity Building Workshop on CBD and Nagoya Protocol in relation to transborder communities (Recommendation of High Authorities).

iv. Recommend and Support effective indigenous participation in National Commissions on topics of their competence. a. Baseline information to inform discussion on the "effective indigenous peoples participation" in national commissions and processes.

a.1. Request and compile information from Member Countries on Indigenous Peoples participation on national commission for the preliminary assessment / ways to "support for effective IP participation in National Commissions".

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v. Reinforce ACTO's institutional mechanisms for Indigenous Peoples a. Establish strategic contacts with other institutions that may provide support to Indigenous Agenda.

a.1. Explore partnership opportunities with other institutions and collaborate on activities/initiatives; b) Participate in relevant international conferences/ meetings

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vi. Project Closure Meetings (Colombia & Ecuador) a. Final Report of the Projects

a.1. Collaborate with the respective countries in planning the meetings; and participate in the meetings

Medium Term-Activities: i. Promote dissemination programs/activities and capacity building on topics like CBD, ILO 169 and other related topics a. Enhanced knowledge on CBD and Traditional Knowledge; b) established communication contacts for collaboration with ILO.

a.1. Capacity building workshop onTraditional Knowledge Protection, with technical support from CDB and others involved in TK;

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a.2. Participate in relevant international / regional meetings of CBD & ILO; i. b) Explore possibilities X of collaboration with ILO.

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ii. Establish spaces to exchange and systemize intercultural experiences for developing capacity building contents and materials, and experiences with traditional knowledge management to prepare education plan. a. A Compilation of Best Practices on Traditional Knowledge; Organized and accessible information on Traditional Knowledge Protection. b. List of recommendations for the Traditional Knowledge Protection Plan for the region. c Enhanced knowledge, of at least 8 representatives on MCs, on traditional knowledge protection in the framework of international instruments. d.. Calendar of Cultural Events of Indigenous Peoples in the region

a.1. Mapping of Traditional Knowledge Stakeholders, a.2. Compilation of best practices on Traditional Knowledge Protection, a.3. Stakeholder dialogue on Tradional Knowledge Protection.

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a.4.. Capacity building workshop on protection of Traditional Knowledge procedures related to CBD a.5. Compile and Publish a schedule of Cultural events of Indigenous Peoples.

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iii. Creation of a working group to prepare an educationn plan a. Terms of Reference developed for the establishment of a a.1.Identify technical experts fo sit in the working group, to draft the proposal for Education Plan. technical working group fo develop education plan.

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iv. Promote recognition of Ancestral Knowledge on Forest Conservation. a. Ancestral knowledge on Forest Conservation included in a.1. Research for information on Ancestral knowledge to inform the inclusion of the topic in the the Proposed Plan for Protection of Traditional Knowledge proposal for the Protection of Traditional Knowledge. iv.b.) Research on the Protection of Traditional Knowledge (of Indigenous Peoples) in transboundary areas (Consultancy).

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Planned Actions

B.1. Sub-theme: Indigenous peoples in voluntary isolation and initial contact. B.3. Sub-theme: Lands & Territiories of Indigenous Peoples and other tribal communities. Short-term activities: i. Exchange of Experience information on Fair and Equitable distribution of benefits generated from the use of IP Lands and Territories. a. Organized information on Fair and equitable distribution a.1. Request information from Member countries on experience and processes of fair and of benefits generated from the use of IP lands and equitable distribution of benefits to Indigenous Peoples. territories.

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ii. Invite UNAMAZ and other academic instiutions to participate in the programs to generate and systematize information and knowledge. a. Identified Programs or activities, to which academic institutions can be invited.

a.1. Discuss and identify programs in which academic institutions should participate.

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iii. Establish exchange spaces to promote mechanisms that facilitate mobility of indigenous peoples in frontier areas of member countries. a. Information on the existing mechanisms/ policy/initiatives a.1. Develop a questionaire on Indigenous Mobility and Request MCs to complete it; i.b) Develop a on the mobility of Indigenous Peoples, to inform proposal for a research on existing IP mobility mechanisms in the region discussions.

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iv. Compile Information on the legal Base and the state of situation (in-progress). a. Digital Database of legislation on Indigenous Peoples.

a.1. Monitor the database on legal instruments for Indigenous Peoples

v. Organize a body of Concepts and terms related to recognition and management of Indigenous Lands in each country. a.1. Approved Terms of Reference, and Consultant Selected. a.2. Defined criteria for the organization of concepts and terms related to recognition of Indigenous Lands

a.1. Develop Terms of Reference for the Consultancy; obtain approval from Member countries, and announce the call for consultancy services. a.2. Follow-up on Brazil's proposal to extend trainee program and field exchange mission on demarcation processes and Indigenous Peoples in voluntary isolation a. 3 Virtual Meeting with Suriname to clarify its recommendation for training of Maroons and Indigenous Peoples to support the creation of laws.

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vi. Promote Experience sharing between Member countries on territorial management and traditional knowledge. a.1. Proposal of Brazil on the process of developing a Land a.1. Monitor the hits on the videos of Brazil's Land demarcation processes; b) Follow-up with Brazil Use Plan; and Shared experience and Report on Field the process of Land Use Plans to be shared with other MCs, and plan the activity accordingly Mission on IP Demarcation a.2. Proposal on Social Participation and territorial / Protect a.2. Planning of Field Mission on Land Demarcation Process. Areas Management a.3. Develop a proposal on Social Participation and territorial / Protect Areas Management (in collaboration with Environment Coordination).

Medium-term Activities: i. Compile information on legal base and state of the situation of the situation (Consultancy in-progress); & Post systemized information a. Digital Database of Legislation on IP.

a.1. Collaborate with Communications and IT personnel to disseminate information on legislation on Indigenous Peoples.

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ii. Organize a body of Concepts and terms related to recognition and management of indigenous land in each country (Consultancy), and share results a. Define the criteria for a body of concepts on recognition and management of Indigenous Lands in each country

a.1. Contract consulting services.

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b. Organized body of Concepts and terms related to recognition and management of Indigenous Peoples.

b.2. Development of workplan and execution of activities.

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B.4. Sub-theme: Emerging issues. i. Science and Technology among Indigenous Peoples a. Draft proposal on Technology and Food Production

a.1. Develop a proposal for on the comparison of experiences (technology) of MCs in projects to stimulate food production with Indigenous Peoples. (in collaboration with Health Coordination

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ii. Promotion of Sustainable production alternatives through the use of new knowledge and technology by Indigenous peoples. a. Compilation of information and case studies sustainable a. 1. Compile relevant information and useful case studies on sustainable production alternatives X alternative production through the use of technology; ii.b) Make information available to MCs. (in collaboration with Health, and Science, and Technology Coordinations). a.2. Identify ways to align activities of coordinations of Indigenous, Health and Science and Technology on this topic.

iii. Food & Nurition Security of the Indigenous Peoples of the Amazon. a. Exchanged information on social public policies on food a.1. Planning of Workshop on Social Public policies of MCs on Food Security of Indigenous security. Peoples.

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a.1. Identify and participate in relevant regional and international meetings / events on Indigenous X people, including CBD, ILO, UNPFII. b.1. 5th Meeting of High Authorities of Indigenous Affairs (Guyana; date to be determined) x

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c. 1. Participation at 2 National level Meetings, (National Permanent Commissions on ACTO)

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a.1. Regular Virtual Meetings with focal points on activities of the Coordination of Indigenous Affairs of PS/ACTO

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iv. Maintain and deepen dialogue spaces between indigenous and government authorities. a. Supported Indigenous Participation.

a. 1. Support for the participation of Indigenous representatives of member countries at relevant meetings as prioritized by the respective governments.

v. Participation of Indigenous Youth a. Supported participation of Indigenous peoples, including a.1. Support for the participation of indigenous peoples in relevant activities/meetings youth.

Participation in relevant regional, and international conferences/events a. Reports of participation, and recommendations b. Report of theHigh Authorities Meeting; with approval and/or recommendations to the Indigenous Agenda. c. Reports on participation at 2 national meetings, and prepared/presentation of information on ACTO and activities of the Indigenous Agenda.

Communication with Member countries a. Timely informed National and technical focal points.

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MATRIZ DE TRABAJO OTCA 2013

ORGANIZACIÓN DEL TRATADO DE COOPERACIÓN AMAZÓNICA PLAN DE TRABAJO 2013 B. COORDINACIÓN DE ASUNTOS INDÍGENAS The work-plan for 2013 for the Coordinatio...

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