Global Forest Coalition

Founding Year: 2000

Staff: 16

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Executive Director (Simone Lovera)

The international coalition of NGOs and Indigenous Peoples’ Organizations defends social justice and the rights of forest peoples in forest policies. It is a successor to the NGO Forest Working Group, which was originally established in 1995. The coalition “participates in international forest policy meetings and organizes joint advocacy campaigns on issues like Indigenous Peoples’ rights, the need for socially-just forest policy and the need to address the underlying causes of forest loss.”

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Global Forest Coalition contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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