Birgitte Feiring is the founder and Director of Charapa Consult
Birgitte has broad and multi-faceted experience with human rights and sustainable development, particularly:
- Human rights-based approaches to realising the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development; in-depth knowledge of SDGs and targets, follow-up and review, indicators and data
- Indigenous peoples’ human rights as enshrined in ILO Convention No. 169 and the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, including implementation strategies at international, national and local levels; application of provisions regarding consultation, participation and consent; land, territories and resources; monitoring and assessment.
- Climate change; REDD+; land rights; natural resource management
- Management, strategy development and programming; capacity-building and training; analysis and evaluation; partnerships and inter-agency collaboration.
See full CV: Birgitte Feiring CV 2022
Albert Kwokwo Barume
Albert works with Charapa Consult in the assessment of principles, standards and mechanisms to support indigenous peoples’ forest tenure rights and forest guardianship. Albert holds a Ph.D in law and has a broad expertise with regards to indigenous peoples’ rights, including as former chairperson of the Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (EMRIP)
See full CV: AlbertK Barume-CV22
Misha works with Charapa Consult in the assessment of principles, standards and mechanisms to support to support indigenous peoples’ forest tenure rights and forest guardianship. Misha has ample experience in working on indigenous peoples’ rights and development, with a particular focus on the Latin-American region.
See full CV: CV Misha Wolsgaard-Iversen_april 2022