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This review reveals multiple allegations of abuses of the rights of Indigenous Peoples in the context of Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation (REDD+) readiness and implementation. • Findings from the review should be transformed into opportunities for REDD+ to promote and strengthen the rights of Indigenous Peoples. • A rights-based approach to REDD+ requires engagement with indigenous men and women as rights-holders, rather than as project beneficiaries. • Partiesdoi:10.17528/cifor/006630 fatcat:shzfw3kiljbqhaxjbkmp62gh7y