Group Perú UNASUR
Collective of various civil organizations seeking to contribute from their own areas of action, to strengthen the participation of society in the spaces of deliberation of the UNASUR. Its objective is to articulately take action in the South American economic integration processes in order to influence their policies and in implementing their projects.
Alliance of social organizations working to build good governance and social and environmental standards from the regional and national financial and institutional architecture in order to reduce environmental and social impacts and generate a better model of management of natural resources in the Amazon and the South American region.
Network of organizations, unions, NGOs, trade unions, indigenous groups, youth, women, churches, media and other institutions of civil society around the Peru articulated to provide proposals to reach a new global climate agreement, fair and binding. Mobilizing people and dialoguing with government agencies, working to influence the Peruvian government and the United Nations.
It is a space for dialogue between the various public and private organizations interested in REDD issues in Peru, based on free participation, transparency, good faith and commitment of its members. Peru REDD Group has an advocacy role, an advisory role and an information role on the national REDD process.
GFLAC seeks to promote transparency, accountability and inclusion of human rights, gender equality and sustainability within the financial architecture for fighting climate change. Also, the GFLAC seeks to develop and strengthen the capacities of individuals and organizations that want to influence the negotiations on climate change, both nationally and internationally.
It is a network of independent nongovernmental organizations in Latin America engaged in the fight against the harmful effects of climate change. The network is based on trust, openness and democratic equity. CAN-LA is the regional node of CAN International (CAN-I).
It works for the conservation and sustainable use of Amazonian ecosystems and their biotic and cultural diversity and to promote the welfare of its inhabitants. ARA is a pan-Amazonian network made turn by institutions and individuals that comprise national Amazonian networks (National ARA).
Born with the intention to influence, more effectively, on the complex financial architecture that presents the region with flows of resources from multiple institutions, in order to ensure that during the execution of their projects collective rights of indigenous peoples are respected and the environmental sustainability commitments are met. To this end, their work is organized into three lines of action: 1) Infrastructure and energy; 2) Chinese investment in the region; and 3) action standards transparency, social and environmental in financial institutions.
REDD - Safeguard Working Group (R-SWG)
It is a North-South coalition of civil society organizations and indigenous organizations working together to ensure the implementation of safeguards in REDD mechanisms and REDD+ that are effective to ensure benefits for communities, climate and biodiversity. It currently comprises more than thirty organizations and has the support of the Ateneo de Manila School of Government.
The Latin American Network on Extractive Industries is born due to concerns of some civil society organizations on the continent by the impact generated by extractive industries projects in recent years. From this common interest, our overall objective is to ensure the functioning of a systematic and shared work meeting space of civil society in Latin America to carry out actions to influence public policies related to extractive industries based on transparency, conservation of natural resources and the environment, and respect for the fundamental rights of the citizens of the region.