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The Centre for Minority Rights Development has called on the Kenyan government to recognize Indigenous Peoples as a key stakeholder in climate change. In a statement to the African Commission on Human and Peoples Rights (ACHPR), during its 75th session in Banjul, Gambia, Nyang’ori Ohenjo, CEMIRIDE’s CEO said that the amended climate change Act should recognize Indigenous peoples as key stakeholders in providing their clear definition to facilitate their effective involvement and engagement in climate action and programs. He also noted that CEMIRIDE would be happy to provide expert technical support if called upon by the government to ensure that indigenous peoples’ rights are properly secured in developing the Climate Change Amendment Bill 2023.
Read the full statement below: