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EMRIP: Information on the 11th session

EMRIP: Information on the 11th session

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Bibliography 11th session

This section provides links to various reference materials that you may find relevant and useful as you prepare for the conference. Listed below are the official documents of EMRIP’s 11th session, followed by a selection of the main documents related to this year's EMRIP study on the right to free, prior and informed consent.

Resources are mainly taken from official sources in order to provide impartial and neutral information.

1. EMRIP 11th session: related documents

2. Further references

  • A/HRC/24/41, 2013, M. James Anaya, Report of the Special Rapporteur on the rights of indigenous peoples - Extractive industries and indigenous peoples:
  • A/HRC/9/9, 2008, M. James Anaya, United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples: analysis in the context of other international instruments specifically regarding indigenous peoples and human rights instruments of general applicability; the different measures required to implement and make operative the rights affirmed in the Declaration; joint efforts by States, the United Nations system, indigenous peoples and relevant civil society actors:
  • E/CN.4/2003/90, 2003, M. Rodolfo Stavenhagen, The impact of large-scale development projects on the human rights and fundamental freedoms of indigenous peoples and communities. Selected case studies: Costa Rica, Chile, Colombia, India, Philippines. Dams, development and human rights:
  • E/CN.4/2006/78/Add.5, 2006, M. Rodolfo Stavenhagen, Summary report of the main conclusions and recommendations from the international seminars on constitutional reforms, legislation and implementation of laws regarding the rights of indigenous peoples (Geneva, 25-26 July 2005; Tucson, 12-14 October 2005):
  • 2015, Cathal M. Doyle, Indigenous Peoples, Title to Territory, Rights and Resources: The transformative role of free prior and informed consent:
  • 2013, Amazon Lawyers Network, Guidelines for Implementing the right of indigenous peoples to free, prior and informed consent:
  • 2010, Marcus Colchester, Forest Peoples Programme, Free, Prior and Informed Consent: Making FPIC work for forests and peoples :
  • 2010, Amy K. Lehr and Gare A. Smith, Foley-Hoag LLP, Implementing a Corporate Free, Prior, and Informed Consent Policy: Benefits and Challenges:
  • 2009, United Nations Development Group, Guidelines on indigenous peoples’ issues, Section III:
  • 2007, Jonathan Sohn, Steven Herz and Antonio La Vina, World Resources Institute, Development Without Conflict: The Business Case for Community Consent :

3. Further resources in the Docip online Documentation Center

  • Collection of Docip’s publications dealing with the right to free, prior and informed consent: