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20 Nov 2023

Shared prosperity models & Indigenous leadership for a just transition

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Large national and international energy companies are currently dominating the shift to renewable energy – but a growing body of evidence suggests that alternatives, such as community-owned or co-owned models are also on the rise: from microgrids and small-scale renewables to Indigenous ownership and co-ownership of larger commercial-scale projects, these offer a significant opportunity for an energy transition that is fast, just and equitable.

This public in-person event aims to shed light on the Indigenous Peoples and Nations forging ahead in leading significant clean energy projects. In projects initiated by renewable energy companies on or close to Indigenous lands, Indigenous Peoples are increasingly seeking equitable arrangements including ownership and control of these projects.


  • Opening remarks Damilola Olawuyi, Chair of the UN Working Group Business & Human Rights
  • Short introduction from Therese Jebson (RAFTO) and Salil Tripathi (IHRB)

Conversation with:

  • Ana Zbona and Alancay Morales (Presentation of knowledge hub and key information about shared prosperity project co-led by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre (BHRRC) and the Indigenous People Rights International (IPRI)
  • Adrian Lasimbang, Director of the Right Energy Partnership with Indigenous Peoples (REP)
  • Prabin Shakya, Coordinator of the Asia Indigenous Peoples Network on Extractive Industries and Energy (AIPNEE)

Q&A from the participants

  • Informal discussion
  • Closing Remarks: Phil Bloomer, Executive Director, BHRRC

Moderated by: Joan Carling, Executive Director, IPRI


  • Light dinner is included.
  • Please register here.

This event is organised by BHRRC and IPRI, and supported by the Waverley Street Foundation, RAFTO and IHRB.

Detalhes do evento

Data de início
28 Nov 2023
Hora de início
6:30 p.m.
Tipo de evento

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