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WHS and Indigenous Peoples' Rights

 
Author Solivagant
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#1 | Posted: 7 May 2018 06:35 | Edited by: Solivagant 
I came across the following 2015 Paper titled "World Heritage Sites and Indigenous Peoples' Rights" produced by the "International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs" (IWGIA). I don't think we have referred to it before.
See - https://www.iwgia.org/images/documents/popular-publications/world-heritage-sites-fina l-eb.pdf

As well as general sections on the subject, it has papers on "Case studies" regarding 20 WHS having "issues" concerned with Indigenous rights - I list these below

Europe
1. The Laponian World Heritage Area: Conflict and Collaboration in Swedish Sápmi

Africa
2. The Sangha Trinational World Heritage Site: The Experiences of Indigenous Peoples
3. 'We are not Taken as People': Ignoring the Indigenous Identities and History of Tsodilo Hills World Heritage Site, Botswana
4. Kahuzi-Biega National Park: World Heritage Site versus the Indigenous Twa
5. Bwindi Impenetrable National Park: The Case of the Batwa
6. Ignoring Indigenous Peoples' Rights: The Case of Lake Bogoria's Designation as a UNESCO World Heritage Site
7. A World Heritage Site in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area: Whose World? Whose Heritage?

Asia
8. Western Ghats of India: A Natural Heritage Enclosure?
9. Indigenous Peoples and Modern Liabilities in the Thung Yai Naresuan Wildlife Sanctuary, Thailand: A Conflict over Biocultural Diversity
10 Shiretoko Natural World Heritage Area and the Ainu People

Australia and Pacific
11. Pukulpa pitjama Ananguku ngurakutu – Welcome to Anangu Land: World Heritage at Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park
12. No Straight Thing: Experiences of the Mirarr Traditional Owners of Kakadu National Park with the World Heritage Convention
13. Rainforest Aboriginal Peoples and the Wet Tropics of Queensland World Heritage Area: The Role of Indigenous Activism in Achieving Effective Involvement in Management and Recognition of the Cultural Values
14. The Tangible and Intangible Heritage of Tongariro National Park: A Ngāti Tūwharetoa Perspective and Reflection
15. Rapa Nui National Park, Cultural World Heritage: The Struggle of the Rapa Nui People for their Ancestral Territory and Heritage, for Environmental Protection, and for Cultural Integrity

North America
16. Protecting Indigenous Rights in Denendeh: The Dehcho First Nations and Nahanni National Park Reserve
17. The Pimachiowin Aki World Heritage Project: A Collaborate Effort of Anishinaabe First Nations and Two Canadian Provinces to Nominate a World Heritage Site

South America
18. A Refuge for People and Biodiversity: The Case of Manu National Park, South-East Peru
19. Canaima National Park and World Heritage Site: Spirit of Evil?
20. 'We Heard the News from the Press': The Central Suriname Nature Reserve and its Impacts on the Rights of Indigenous and Tribal Peoples

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