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Abdon Nababan

Representative of the Forum On Climate Change

International Indigenous Peoples'

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Employment History

Chairman

Council of Forest Watch Indonesia


Director

National Indigenous Peoples Alliance


Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact


The Jakarta Post


Adviser for Masyarakat Adat

Global Greengrants Fund


President Director

PT. Poros Nusantara Utama


Executive Director

Forest Watch Indonesia-Telapak


Affiliations

Indigenous People's Alliance of the Archipelago

Secretary


The Samdhana Institute

Advisor


The Tenure Facility

Board Member


Yayasan Sejati

Chairman of Trustees


Rights

Coordinator of the Steering Committee


Alliance of Indigenous Peoples of Indonesia

Secretary General


Asia

Representative


Telapak

Member of Forest Watch Indonesia Working Group Notes


Nusantara Alliance for Indigenous People

Secretary-General


The Economic Times

Lands... Indigenous Alliance Secretary


Alliance of Nusantara Indigenous Society

Secretary-General


Global Forest Leaders Forum

Secretary


Web References(122 Total References)


2015 Global Landscapes Forum HOME

www.landscapes.org [cached]

Abdon Nababan
Secretary General, Indigenous Peoples Alliance of the Archipelago (AMAN) and representative of the International Indigenous Peoples' Forum on Climate Change (IIPFCC)


Indonesia to hear indigenous peoples’ grievances on land disputes | News | LifeMosaic

www.lifemosaic.net [cached]

Abdon Nababan, the Secretary General of AMAN, the Indigenous Peoples Alliance of the Archipelago, says that neglect and violation of indigenous human rights Indonesia has been extraordinary.
AMAN has identified 2,230 indigenous communities that are asking for investigations. During 2013 alone, the group recorded 150 new cases of rights violations. "The results and recommendations of this national inquiry are expected to be accommodated by the new president," Abdon said. "Based on the truth that will emerge from this inquiry, the president will want to apologize to the indigenous people." "If they wish to compensate for the losses, the government will go bankrupt," he continued.


thetenurefacility.org

Abdon Nababan*
Abdon Nababan is a leading indigenous authority on the rights of Indigenous Peoples. He has served as the Secretary General of Indigenous Peoples' Alliance of the Archipelago (AMAN) of Indonesia since 2007. Mr. Nababan was the Coordinator of the Steering Committee at Network for the Defense of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (JAPHAMA) and serves as Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Yayasan Setara/NTFP, Chairman of the Council of Forest Watch Indonesia (FWI), and Advisor at the Samdhana Institute. A Toba Batak from North Sumatra, Indonesia, Mr. Nababan has led successful campaigns to earn greater recognition for Indigenous Peoples' rights, with a special focus on land and forest rights.


Government to revoke concessions in customary forests

orangutanrepublik.org [cached]

Indigenous People's Alliance of the Archipelago (AMAN) secretary general Abdon Nababan said that relying on regional administrations to issue a bylaw on customary forests without a directive from the central government will risk reducing the court's ruling to that of a paper tiger.
He doubted that it was financially feasible to have customary forests recognized through a bylaw. "There can be dozens of customary forests in one regency. Will this regency have dozens of bylaws on customary forests? The cost to stipulate one bylaw in a regency is between Rp 400 million (US$40,850) to 700 million. If there are around 10 identified customary forests, it would cost between Rp 4 billion to Rp 10 billion to recognize customary forests in one regency," Abdon said. "And it's proven that for 14 years since the passing of the Forestry Law, not one customary forest has been recognized," he said. Abdon said the president should release a decree for a registration mechanism of indigenous people communities and customary forests to start the restitution process of indigenous peoples' forests.


Indonesian sugar company poised to destroy half of island paradise’s forests | News | LifeMosaic

www.lifemosaic.net [cached]

The concessions would also impact local communities - which have struggled in the past with ethnic and religious conflict exacerbated by the influx of transmigrants from other parts of Indonesia - by failing to recognize their traditional rights, according to Abdon Nababan, the Secretary-General of the Indigenous Peoples Alliance of the Archipelago (AMAN).
"The concessions in question takes away the rights of indigenous communities over their territories," Abdon said.


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