Prior consultation process of the Regulation of the Framework Law on Climate Change

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More than one thousand representatives of the seven national indigenous organizations recognized by the State participated in this process, of which more than 60 percent were women. Prior consultation is a right of the indigenous peoples established in the Peruvian law and recognized in Convention 169 of the International Labor Organization. The objective of this process is to reach an agreement or prior consent, free and informed between the State and the indigenous peoples regarding the proposed Regulation of the Framework Law on Climate Change. 

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Language
Spanish

Length
1:37 minutes

Date of publication
2019

Country
Peru

Project

NDC Peru: support to the implementation of the National Climate Change Strategy

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