TUTORIALS: How to use the questionnaires

The Indigenous Navigator offers user-friendly questionnaires designed to be complementary. 

The national questionnaire assesses the level of recognition and implementation of UNDRIP by States in a particular country. The national questionnaire looks at laws, policies, and programs.

The community questionnaire assesses the implementation of UNDRIP on the ground, mainly looking at the impacts for indigenous communities. The community questionnaire is designed for collective assessments on the ground, for example through community meetings, focus group discussion and participatory research.

Both sets of questionnaires come in a long and a short version. The long versions provide a complete and comprehensive set of questions that will require more time for data collection. Meanwhile, the short ones are based on key questions that can easily and quickly be answered - with little time and resources available. The short version can be customised to cover only the themes of particular interests of the user.

In the question guides, you will find answers to some of the questions that might occur when using the questionnaires. This includes:
  • Guidance on how to answer the questions
  • Information about what each question seeks to monitor
  • Clarification of concepts used
  • Links to further sources

Here you can read and download our guides to questionnaires:


Guide to national questionnaires

Guide to national questionnaires

Download and read our question guide for the national questionnaire.

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Guide to community questionnaires

Guide to community questionnaires

Download and read our question guide for the community questionnaire.

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Calculate index values

Calculate index values

Based on the questionnaires, the Indigenous Navigator can calculate index values, which makes it easy to compute, compare and present your data.

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Here you can find all training modules and materials to the Indigenous Navigator framework and tools:

 

Training course plan

Get the overview with the introduction to the Indigenous Navigator framework and tools: Generic Course Plan

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Training Module 1: Introduction to the Indigenous Navigator

Introduction and background. What the Navigator monitors and why.

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Training Module 2: Overview of tools and resources

Overview with a quick presentation on how to use our Indigenous Navigator tools.

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Training Module 3: Monitoring UNDRIP

Methodology and guidance on how monitor IP’s rights and development, based on 13 domains.

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Training Module 4: Monitoring the WCIP

Monitoring the WCIP with integrated indicators allowing you to take stock of implementation of IP’s rights.

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Training Module 5: SDGs and human rights.

Provides an overview of the relation between the SDGs and IP’s rights, and how these fit into the Navigator.

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Training Module 6: Monitoring the SDGs

Guidance on how to integrate the SDGs in relation to the data generated in the Indigenous Navigator.

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Training Module 7: Intro to questionnaires

A simple and user-friendly framework on the relevance and use of the the national and community questionnaires.

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Training Module 8a: Technical introduction to indicators

The technical introduction to indicators, visualized in thematic domains and categories, methodology of conceptualization, etc.

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Training Module 8b: Technical introduction to indicators

Continued: Technical introduction to indicators, visualized in thematic domains and categories, methodology of conceptualization, etc.(optional)

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Training Module 9: IP Index Values

Explanations on how to use our index calculator to illustrate and compare data.

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Training Module 10: Methodology for use of National Questionnaire

Methodology for use of National Questionnaire, including use of guidance material.

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Training Module 11: Methodology for use of Community Questionnaire

Methodology for use of Community Questionnaire. Introduction to the online use of the questionnaire.

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Technical description

The Indigenous Navigator tools attempts to be as simple and user friendly as possible. Still, all the tools constitute elements of a comprehensive and coherent framework. See it here.

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The Indigenous Navigator provides a set of tools for indigenous peoples to systematically monitor the level of recognition and implementation of their rights.