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In The Protection of Indigenous Peoples and Reduction of Forest Carbon Emissions, Handa Abidin identifies three main approaches that can be used by indigenous peoples to protect their rights in the context of REDD-plus. Further, he discusses how the available protection for indigenous peoples in the context of REDD-plus is currently insufficient to quickly address cases where the rights of indigenous peoples have been violated through REDD-plus activities.
Abidin recommends the establishment of a committee and a panel on REDD-plus that could convey greater benefits to the context of REDD-plus and indigenous peoples, as well as to wider contexts such as climate change, human rights, and international law.