The survey provides an opportunity for the identification of possible future work related to indigenous peoples and local communities in the work of the Convention and its Protocols as part of the post-2020 biodiversity framework. Respondents have until March 28 to complete the survey.

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* 2. Which gender do you most identify with?

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* 3. Which group do you represent?

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* 4. What is your degree of agreement or disagreement with the following POSSIBLE GENERAL PRINCIPLES for a programme of work related to indigenous peoples and local communities post 2020?

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Full and effective participation of indigenous peoples and local communities, especially women, in all stages of the identification and implementation of the elements of the programme of work.
Traditional knowledge should be valued, given the same respect and considered as useful and necessary as other forms of knowledge.
A holistic approach consistent with the spiritual and cultural values and customary practices of the indigenous peoples and local communities and their rights to have control over their traditional knowledge, innovations and practices.
The ecosystem approach is a strategy for the integrated management of land, water and living resources that promotes conservation and sustainable use of biological diversity in an equitable way.
Access to traditional knowledge, innovations and practices of indigenous peoples and local communities should be subject to prior and informed consent, free, prior and informed consent or approval and involvement from the holders of such knowledge, innovations and practices.

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* 5. In your view, what would be one or two of the most important POSSIBLE GENERAL PRINCIPLES for a programme of work related to indigenous peoples and local communities to enable their effective participation in the work of the Convention and its Protocols after 2020, and why?

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