Family forestry Indonesia message
- REDD+ efforts in Indonesia must include locally control forestry, family and community based forestry with land rights and legal access to markets.
UNFF 10 analysis
IFFA has analysed the UNFF 10 outcome.
IFFA secretariat in Norway
The IFFA Board has accepted the Norwegian offer to host the IFFA secretariat.
Forest & Farm Facility launch pilots
The Forest & Farm Facility is successfully launched in five pilot countries.
IFFA at UNFF10
At UNFF 10 in Istanbul IFFA was present. Peter deMarsh, Janne Näräkkä and Lennart Ackzell participated in the plenary session Multi Stakeholder Dialogue and in several side events.
UNFF 10 position
The paper gave background for the discussion on “Forest and Economic Development” at UNFF10
Strong IFFA dialogue at UNFF
- Local community rights, education and access are among the most important conditions that must be in place, the IFFA president, Peter DeMarsh noted at United Nations Forum on Forest.
IFFA ECOSOC recommended
The International Family Forestry Alliance, IFFA, is recommended for consultative status in ECOSOC.
Forest Facility planning for action
The Forest & Farm Facility connected to FAO organized the first ad hoc steering Committee meeting.
IFFA statement of Forest Day
Forest tenure reform is a cornerstone for decentralised forestry that involves local families in management of forest, IFFA proclaims on The International Day of Forest.
|Growing Forest Partnerships (GFP) is about building up and supporting networks at local, national and international levels. Through this process, GFP seeks to improve the connections between forests and other sectors. It aims to ensure that global discussions about forests include the real and current challenges that forest-dependent people and local forest managers are facing, bringing the voices of local communities and indigenous peoples forward to influence decision-making.
Read more: www.growingforestpartnerships.org
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