Organisations and Initiatives

The following organisations and initiatives are important contributors in the field of indigenous and local knowledge in biodiversity and ecosystem services. They have provided content, experts, and more to BES-Net. To learn more about a particular organisation or initiative and the work they are doing, click on their logo below.

The Indigenous Peoples Network of Malaysia (JOAS)
The Indigenous Peoples Network of Malaysia (JOAS) is the umbrella network for 21 community-based non-governmental organizations that have indigenous peoples' issues as the focus.... Read More
Traditional Knowledge Revival Pathways (TKRP)
The Traditional Knowledge Revival Pathways (TKRP) website is intended to preserve and recognize traditional indigenous knowledge by connecting groups to ensure the survival of cultural... Read More
World Alliance of Mobile Indigenous Peoples (WAMIP)
The World Alliance of Mobile Indigenous Peoples (WAMIP) is a global alliance of nomadic peoples and communities practicing various forms of mobility as a livelihood strategy while... Read More
World Indigenous Network (WIN)
The World Network of Indigenous Peoples and Local Community Land and Sea Managers (WIN) is a network that brings together indigenous and local community land and sea managers to share... Read More

Resources

Organisations and Initiatives

The following organisations and initiatives are leaders in the field of Indigenous and Local Knowledge in Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services. They have provided content, experts, and more to BES-Net. To learn more about a particular organization and the work they are doing click below.

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Search or browse through our library of existing resources on Indigenous and Local Knowledge in Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services. Entries include scientific articles, reports, policy briefs, webinars, videos, and more. To view a particular resource, click below.

Experts

These individuals are experts in the field of Indigenous and Local Knowledge in Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services. BES-Net experts come from a wide range of sectors, from community activists to research scientists. They are available to answer questions, respond to polls, and engage in conversation with BES-Net users on their area of expertise. To learn more about an expert and their work, or get in touch with them, click below.

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