Conflict Resolution and Mediation Mechanisms in Ancestral Domains
The Philippines’ Indigenous Peoples’ Rights Act seeks to uphold the rights of Indigenous Peoples to their ancestral domains. The implementation of the act is complex and demands a thorough evaluation. Mediation and conflict transformation are pivotal, serving as channels for dialogue and negotiations amidst the complex challenges. Embedding conflict transformation into the act’s implementation processes allows for a detailed, inclusive and rights-focused approach to managing disputes over indigenous ancestral domains.
4. The vital role of conflict transformation and mediation in IPs’ struggle
5. Conclusion and policy recommendations
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