Meaningful Engagement of Indigenous Peoples and Communities in Marine Activities (MEMA); Part I Report
Protection of the Arctic Marine Environment (PAME)
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A significant amount of work has been done in the MEMA project. A database has been compiled with hundreds of documents and individual recommendations, declarations, and requirements relating to engagement of Indigenous Peoples and local communities in marine activities in the Arctic. A preliminary analysis has been conducted on these documents to ascertain the current practices, requirements and guidance.
This Part I Report and supporting compilation of recommendations and Ministerial Declarations of the Arctic Council on engagement of Indigenous Peoples and local communities is the first time all of these disparate recommendations and statements have been brought together in one place.
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