The Akubadaura Community of Lawyers launches the analysis booklet of Sustainable Development Goals: “Vision of indigenous peoples regarding the 2030 Agenda”.
Women and men from different indigenous peoples worked on the analysis of the points of the Sustainable Development Goals in relation to the 2030 Agenda. The booklet constitutes an analysis and contribution to the construction of public policies from an indigenous perspective, this launch coincides with the completion of the final stage of the Binding Regional Dialogues developed by the Colombian Government for the elaboration of the National Development Plan 2022-2026.
This document was prepared to contribute to the construction of the 2030 Agenda for Colombia, from the vision and participation of all the groups that make up the nation, under the principle of “Leave no one behind”, with the technical support of the Akudabaura Corporation and motivated by the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), as an approximation of the Vision of the Indigenous Peoples of Colombia on the Sustainable Development Goals.
His analysis is based on the Law of Origin, Proper Law and the Greater Law of Indigenous Peoples, as well as their cosmogonies, their geographical, linguistic and social realities, its elaboration undoubtedly represents a great challenge for the Akubadaura Community of Jurists. , for the Colombian indigenous movement and its consideration and inclusion in upcoming development plans and under discussion.
Issues of the 2030 Agenda are addressed in accordance with the thought, mandate and agenda of indigenous peoples, starting from the concept of “Mother Earth” as our “Common Home”, of its necessary protection and defense so that humanity enjoys a prosperous and fulfilling lives while ensuring that people around the world have the relevant information and knowledge for sustainable development and lifestyles in harmony with nature.
Below you can see and download the analysis booklet of the Sustainable Development Goals: “Vision of indigenous peoples regarding the 2030 Agenda”