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How can companies respect the rights of Indigenous peoples impacted by renewable projects?

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In the rush for renewable energy, what are the impacts on Indigenous peoples?

In this episode, IHRB’s Frances House sits down with two human rights defenders, Robie ​Halip from ​the ​Philippines and Prabindra Shakya ​from Nepal. Robie is ​the ​coordinator of The ​Indigenous ​Peoples ​Major ​Group ​for ​Sustainable ​Development. Prabin is convenor of Asia ​Indigenous ​Peoples ​Network ​in ​Extractive ​Industries ​and Energy and also the founder ​​of ​the ​Community ​Empowerment ​and ​Social ​Justice ​Network ​in ​Nepal.

Robie and Prabin share examples of renewable energy projects from Norway to Nepal and how Indigenous people have been directly affected. You’ll also learn how the use of human rights conventions and concepts like Free, Prior, and Informed Consent (FPIC) can protect rights through better engagement and partnerships between companies and Indigenous people, which are essential to help minimise social resistance to the green energy transition.

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In the rush for renewable energy, what are the impacts on Indigenous peoples?

In this episode, IHRB’s Frances House sits down with two human rights defenders, Robie ​Halip from ​the ​Philippines and Prabindra Shakya ​from Nepal. Robie is ​the ​coordinator of The ​Indigenous ​Peoples ​Major ​Group ​for ​Sustainable ​Development. Prabin is convenor of Asia ​Indigenous ​Peoples ​Network ​in ​Extractive ​Industries ​and Energy and also the founder ​​of ​the ​Community ​Empowerment ​and ​Social ​Justice ​Network ​in ​Nepal.

Robie and Prabin share examples of renewable energy projects from Norway to Nepal and how Indigenous people have been directly affected. You’ll also learn how the use of human rights conventions and concepts like Free, Prior, and Informed Consent (FPIC) can protect rights through better engagement and partnerships between companies and Indigenous people, which are essential to help minimise social resistance to the green energy transition.

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