UN EMRIP

Statement of Tebtebba on Philippines Peace Process at UN EMRIP

Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Eighth session

20-24 July 2015

Item 8: United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

Statement of Tebtebba Foundation

Delivered by Jennifer Tauli Corpuz

Thank you Mr Chairperson,

I make this statement today to provide updates from indigenous peoples of the Philippines, in light of non-submission by the Philippine government of a response to the questionnaire circulated by the EMRIP seeking their views on best practices regarding possible appropriate measures and implementation strategies to attain the

‘Criminal accountability’ of the Aquino government in the Yolanda disaster sought in the UN EMRIP

KAMP statement- http://iva.aippnet.org/philippines-criminal-accountability-of-the-aquino...

14 July 2014

Geneva, Switzerland –Indigenous peoples around the world presented reports to the 7th session of the United Nations Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (EMRIP.) The Philippine report, presented by Piya Macliing Malayao, spokesperson of progressive indigenous peoples’ organization Kalipunan ng mga Katutubong Mamamayan ng Pilipinas (KAMP), discussed the situation of indigenous communitie

The Philippines still a hotbed of opposition to Canadian mines, says priest

Source: 
By James Munson - http://www.ipolitics.ca/2013/10/27/the-philippines-still-a-hotbed-of-opposition-to-canadian-mines-says-priest/
Date of publication: 
27 October, 2013

When Canadian politicians began studying in earnest the ethical conduct of the extractive sector overseas as a foreign policy problem, one of the first countries they looked at was the Philippines.

In 2005, the House of Commons’ Subcommittee on Human Rights and International Development held hearings on TVI Pacific Inc., a Calgary-based firm, and its Canatuan zinc and silver mine on the southern Filipino island of Mindanao.

The allegations – which included disrespecting indigenous rights, damaging the environment and allowing violent crackdowns on dissenting locals – were wrapp

Asia Indigenous Caucus Statement in UN EMRIP

ASIA INDIGENOUS CAUCUS STATEMENT
2nd session of the UN Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
Agenda Item 3:
Lessons Learned and Challenges to Achieve the Right to Education by Indigenous Peoples.

Thank you, Mdm. Chairperson.

First of all, I would like to congratulate you on behalf of Asia Indigenous Peoples’ Caucus for your election as Chairperson of this session. We are confident that under your able leadership the EMRIP will be able to advance indigenous peoples’ rights worldwide.

Statement by LRC to UN on state of Philippine Indigenous Peoples

Source: 
Speaker: Ana Rhia Muhi, Legal Rights and Natural Resources Center, Friends of the Earth
Date of publication: 
13 August, 2009

For latest updates please visit http://philippines-cerd.blogspot.com/


Presentation under Agenda Item 4B
-UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples


Statement by Peter Duyapat of DESAMA

Source: 
Speaker: Peter Duyapat from the Didipio Earthsavers Multipurpose Association
Date of publication: 
13 August, 2009

For latest updates please visit http://philippines-cerd.blogspot.com/

Presentation under Agenda Item 4

Thank you Madam Chair for this opportunity to share with the participants of this session our experience in the Philippines and to give our recommendations for the consideration of the UN Human Rights Council through the Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.

I am Peter Duyapat, belonging to the Ifugao indigenous community living in Didipio, Municipality Kasibu, province of Nueva Vizcaya.

Statement by Lambo of Subanon Tribe on Indigenous Justice Systems

Source: 
Speaker: Timuoy Noval Lambo (Philippines)
Date of publication: 
12 August, 2009

For latest updates please visit http://philippines-cerd.blogspot.com/

Presentation under Agenda Item 4B
-UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

Thank you Madam Chair for giving me this rare opportunity to shortly speak about our indigenous justice system.

To start with, Madam Chair, I am Timuoy Noval Lambo, a member of the Subanon Tribe of the Zamboanga del Norte province, Mindanao, Philippines. I am representing the Gukom Sog Pito Kodolungan, a group of Subanon families living in a separate adjoining communities and belonging to one common ancestor.

Statement by PIPLinks on extractive industries and indigenous peoples

Source: 
Presented by: Andrew Whitmore, on behalf of PIPLinks and the University of Middlesex, Department of Law
Date of publication: 
12 August, 2009

For latest updates please visit http://philippines-cerd.blogspot.com/


Presentation under Agenda Item 4b
– UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples: Adjudication, remedies, repatriation, redress and compensation

Comments on paper A/HRC/EMRIP/2009/5 - Report of OHCHR organized International Workshop on the Natural Resource Companies, Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights


Statement by IPRM to UN on situation of Philippines Indigenous Peoples

Source: 
Manja Bayang, on behalf of the Indigenous Peoples Rights Monitor
Date of publication: 
12 August, 2009

For latest updates please visit http://philippines-cerd.blogspot.com/


Presentation under Agenda Item 4


It is an honor to speak before this august body.

I represent the Indigenous Peoples Rights Monitor, a network of indigenous peoples organizations and support groups, with the mandate of monitoring, documenting and reporting violations of human rights committed by the State and its agents against indigenous peoples and communities.