Working towards these commitments
Secure Tenure Rights
Diverse Tenure Systems
Equal land rights for women
Secure territorial rights for Indigenous Peoples
CADPI is a community-based organisation with experience, knowledge and skills in the areas of wellness, autonomy (self-determination) and territorial management based on the principles and values of human rights, collective rights and multiculturalism. The organisation envisions indigenous populations being a part of societies that revolve around multicultural, gender and inter-generational relationships, that are based on the values of individual and collective human rights, and of societies that promote the notions of wellness, with a holistic vision in which human beings are a part of a larger system.
The organisation’s objectives are to promote CADPI as a knowledge-management center that focuses on issues such as multiculturalism, self-determination, territorial management, human rights and wellness. It is also to contribute to the cultural revival, the respectful exchange and the multicultural harmony between indigenous groups and ethnic communities of the RACN Region (North Caribbean Coast Autonomous Region), and to increase the self-sustaining nature of CADPI as an organisation.
CADPI works in the four indigenous territories of Mayangna Sauni As, Tasba Pri, Wangki Twi- TAsba Raya, Wangki Awala Kupia.