Integrating Indigenous Knowledge in Project Planning and Implementation
Emery, Alan R.2000
Guidelines aimed at governments and NGOs to enable them take into account in an appropriate fashion indigenous people’s traditional knowledge during land-use planning. The guidelines developed in the document are as follows: a) locate and identify indigenous peoples; b) respect their traditional rights; c) ensure the long-term protection of their lands; d) understand indigenous knowledge before using it; e) take into account indigenous communities and their knowledge from the start of the planning process; f) acquire indigenous knowledge based on trust, respect and fairness.
Canadian International Development Agency. Emery, Alan R. Integrating Indigenous Knowledge in Project Planning and Implementation [On-line]. Washington D.C., USA; Canada: International Labour Organization, The World Bank, Canadian International Development Agency, KIVU Nature Inc., 2000. <http://www.acdi-cida.gc.ca/INET/IMAGES.NSF/vLUImages/ea/$file/IndiKnow-NP-e.pdf> [Consulted: 11 March 2016].