September 7-10, 2022
At the Dana+20 meeting, the Dana Declaration will be revisited, and delegates representing their communities from 21 world regions will discuss their inclusion in the global debate on climate change and traditional indigenous knowledge.
April 3 - 7, 2002
A group of concerned professionals including social and natural scientists from all regions of the world met at Wadi Dana Nature Reserve, Jordan, 3-7 April 2002, to consider a comprehensive approach to mobile peoples and conservation.
April 10 - 14, 2012
This workshop aimed to continue to promote the human rights of mobile indigenous people in the context of biodiversity conservation and democratic environmental governance in the face of continuing expansion of protected areas, land grabbing, and further dispossession.
September 8 - 17, 2003
Representatives of many Mobile Peoples attending the World Parks Congress in Durban united in supporting the Dana Declaration, and campaigned strongly to defend their cultural and livelihood rights, and to develop further respect for their traditional environmental protection knowledge and experience.