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1 PROGRESS OF STAKEHOLDER GUIDELINES FOR REDD+ IN INDONESIA
Presented at Asia-Pacific Indigenous Peoples Dialogue with the FCPF Chiang Mai 24 – 29 September 2012 Etti Ginoga Director of Research Center for Forest Policy and Climate Change FOREST RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT AGENCY, MINISTRY of FORETSRY Website://www.puspijak.org 4/7/2017

2 Outline Background Framework for REDD+ SESA within SIS REDD+ Indonesia
Progress for SESA-SIS-REDD+ National Sub National Closing 4/7/2017

3 Framework for REDD+ Implementation
Developing NFREL/NFRLagregate from FREL/ FRL Sub- national/DAs Sistem information Safeguards as mandated by COP-16 Credible and transparent NFMS for monitoring reporting REDD+ (if necessary from sub-national) Strategy National/NAP REDD+ RL/REL FMS-MRV STRANAS/NAP SIS Financing Mechanism Effectiveness of Govt. Policy and Institutions, Legally Enforceable, Create Better Incentives, Safeguarded, Removes Dis-incentives, Administratively Efficient 4/7/2017

4 Framework for REDD+: Readiness for Implemenation
Pres Decree 19/2010 and REDD+ Stranas REDD+/NAP: Institutions Financing and distribution Safeguard Inf Systems REL/RL MRV-ed for NFMS Pres dec 61/2011 and 71/2011 Perpres 25/2011 Demonstration Activities Locally Integrated and Globally Connected Ministry of For. Guidelines Global Connectivity National Connectivity Local (Sectoral & Program) Connectivity 4/7/2017

5 workshop (discuss structure, mechanism, institutions)
Stakeholder Process for the development of SIS-REDD+ Indonesia (Pustanling, 2011) 1) Concept for the development of System for Information Provision on Safegurds (SIS –REDD+) FGD I : follow up stakeholder workshop (discuss structure, mechanism, institutions) FGD II : follow up FGD I 26 Jan 2012 Stakeholder consultation (draft structure of the system) 28 Nov- 9 Des 2011 COP 17 8 Sept. 2011 2012 7 – 17 June 2011 SBSTA 34 1 June 2011 Finaliza- tion of the SIS- REDD+ 21 March 2011 FGD III : 17 Nov. 2011 Discussion on the result of “mapping and analysis of existing safeguards” Stakeholder workshop to translate COP-16 decision (REDD+ safeguards)  review existing policy instruments and safeguards February 2011 4/7/2017

6 Translating REDD+ GUIDANCE & SAFEGUARDS in COP-16 Decision into National Context
4/7/2017

7 How to translate safeguard REDD+ in the context of Indonesia
Land area: app. 187 millions ha population: app millions; many still practices customary rights 783 races and sub-races (www.jhosuaproject.net), amounted between million (Alliance of Indigenous Peoples Archipelago, AMAN) Forest transition varied rom the east (Papua: low historical DD) to the west (Sumatra: high historical DD, Java: forest cover increases)

8 Overview of Existing Laws and Their Applicability to REDD+ Safeguards (Daemeter Consulting, 2011)
International Conventions National Laws Impliment-ability Potential Impact Related Instruments Safeguards 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 NFP & Conventions Transparancy & Effective Governance Respect for Ind. Peoples and Coomunities Stakeholder Participation Natural Forest, Bio Diversity, Ecosystem Serv Permenance Leakage Convention on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights. Law N0. 11/2005 on Ratification of the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights FPIC/HCVF/SESA International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination Law No. 29/1999 on the Ratification of the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination, 1965 International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights Law No. 12/2005 on Ratification of International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights FPIC/SESA Convention on Biological Diversity Law No on Ratification of the Convention on Biological Diversity Indonesian Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan /SESA 4/7/2017

9 Overview of existing laws and their applicability to REDD+ Safeguards (Daemeter Consulting, 2011)
International Conventions National Laws Impliment-ability 1) Potential Impact 2) Related Instruments Safeguards 3) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 NFP & Conventions Transparancy & Effective Governance Respect for Ind. Peoples and Coomunities Stakeholder Participation Natural Forest, Bio Diversity, Ecosystem Serv Permenance Leakage United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP), September 2007 1945 Constitution FPIC/SESA Law No. 5 /1990 on Biodiversity HCVF/SESA Law No. 39/1999 on Human Rights Law No. 41/1999 on Forestry PHPL/SVLK/KLHS/SFM/SESA/HCVF Law No. 26/2007 on Spatial Planning KLHS Law No. 14/2008 on Public Information Transparency PGI/HCVF/SESA Law No. 32/2009 on Environmental Protection and Management KLHS/AMDAL/HCVF/SESA Notes 1. Implementability is judged based on what existing regulations there are 1= Little or none 2=exist but need additional 3= detailed regulations exist 2. Potential impact is overall potential impact of regulations relating to this whether or not it is currently implementable 3. Relevance of the regulations to the 7 safeguards 1=low, 2= medium, 3=high 4/7/2017

10 Process of Activities For Community Engagement within SESA by National Forestry Council (DKN)
Hearing Dialogue Debate Analyse for Improving Agreed for Option DKN a constituent based organization, has five stakeholder key groups (with Indigenous People chamber equal voting) DKN develop guidance for effective engagement of Indeg. Peoples, and/or and local communties Public Consultation Workshop-Improving Public Guidelines for Community Engagement at Field Level for REDD + Review the instrument SESA for REDD + Public consultation workshops for Information Systems Security and the Social Environment For REDD + FGD for improving Social Security for Information Systems and the Environment for REDD + Final Documentation-ESMF stakeholder consultation is a range of increase interaction from listening, dialogue, debate until agreed on the way out 4/7/2017

11 Supported Province for FCPF Funds
NAD West Sumatra MUSI RAWAS EAST JAVA MALUKU PAPUA South Kalimantan 4/7/2017

12 Integrated SIS-REDD+ in Indonesia?? (Pustanling, 2012)
4/7/2017

13 STANDARDISASI, LINGKUNGAN, PERUBAHAN IKLIM
Closing Adequate instruments exist to provide basis for developing appropriate Principles, Criteria and Indicators for Safeguards Gaps for integrating existing instruments within a comprehensive framework of SIS related to: Need for strengthened implementation of existing instruments and systems to monitor impacts Divergence in capacity/expertise of Provincial/District level framework to coordinate diverse instruments and their actors at national to project site scales Principle uses is learning by doing ,and doing by learning. Stakeholders consultation to improve SIS-REDD + will be conducted at the national, provincial and district level draft SIS REDD+ is targeted for test at the end of the year STANDARDISASI, LINGKUNGAN, PERUBAHAN IKLIM 4/7/2017

14 Terima kasih 4/7/2017


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