Indonesian government lagging independent effort to recognize Indigenous lands

Enviro & Legislation

A total of 17.6 million hectares (43.5 million acres) of Indigenous territories in Indonesia, an area half the size of Germany, have been demarcated under an independent initiative that began in 2010.The mapping is seen as the first step for Indigenous communities in the long and complicated process of applying for official government recognition of…

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