ICCAs and the ICCA Consortium Trailer
This is the teaser of this film: • Conserving ICCAs - territories of life : Indigenous peoples and local communities around the world protect and care for their collective territories, lands and waters as a matter of survival, health and wellbeing. These territories and areas are cradles of biological and cultural diversity and crucial for all life on Earth. On 22 May 2019, in conjunction with the International Day for Biological Diversity, the ICCA Consortium launched an exciting new film that showcases diverse territories of life and local-to-global efforts to secure the recognition and support they deserve. The film takes you on a sweeping journey to the Shahsevan Tribal Confederacy’s semi-arid territory in Iran, community conserved areas in the highlands of Ethiopia and mangroves of Senegal, the boreal marshmire and forest of the Selkie community in Finland and the Wampis Nation’s self-declared territory in the Amazon rainforest. Through powerful stories and voices, the film illustrates how indigenous peoples and local communities are sustaining and strengthening their territories of life against all odds, through collective and culturally rooted governance and management systems. The ICCA Consortium is an international member-based association born of the movement for equity in conservation, uniting indigenous peoples, local communities and their supporters from about eighty countries. For more information, visit www.iccaconsortium.org. The film was produced by the ICCA Consortium and LifeMosaic, with the generous support of SwedBio and contributions from The Christensen Fund and UNDP GEF SGP (with funding from the Government of Germany).