Indigenous Peoples’ Pavilion Participants’ Survey

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The Indigenous Peoples’ Pavilion was an area within the civil society space at COP21 in Paris for cultural events, dialogues, presentations and film screenings. The aim of the Pavilion was to ensure the effective engagement of indigenous peoples and local communities at the COP, share key messages and initiatives, and advance the indigenous and local community climate change agenda.

On behalf of the International Indigenous Peoples’ Forum on Climate Change, we want to express our gratitude for taking the time to participate in the Indigenous Peoples’ Pavilion. Your attendance was a key factor to the success of the Pavilion and the quality of engagement that was possible.

Your feedback is essential to help us learn from this experience to improve our work in the future. Please share your thoughts by completing the following survey. 

How often did you visit the Pavilion? *
How would you rate the following at the Indigenous Peoples' Pavilion? Staffing: *
Design and technical set-up: *
Quality of Programs (events, speakers, cultural presentations, artistic exhibitions, etc.): *
Accessibility (interpretation, location): *
Welcoming environment: *
Representation (regional balance, messaging, variety of organizations): *
Opportunities for engagement and dialogue with governments: *
Opportunities for exchange and learning: *
Opportunities to engage with the media: *
Can we share any of your feedback on the IIPFCC website? *
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