Conventional approaches tend to perceive either the state, or the community, or the market as being capable of offering easy solutions to resource conflicts. Practice, however proves different. To deal with conflicting interests and power imbalances, you will need a competing claims approach on natural resources. This two week course provides you with tools for natural resource management, based on extensive research. You will apply them directly to case studies provided by participants.
The overall aim is to contribute to sustainable resources management by building capacity to manage conflicts over natural resources. This course offers first hand access to this knowledge. As a participant, you will be challenged to develop your skills by applying these insights to your own working environment. Scholarships available! Application deadline: Jan 20th, 2014 Scholarship application deadline: Oct 1st, 2013
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