|Environmental Law Programme|
|Involved, for example, in the areas of forest management; water resources management; land and resources tenure; environmental governance. Go to website
|CEESP, the IUCN Commission on Environmental, Economic and Social Policy|
|A global coalition which focuses, in particular, on: Governance of natural resources, equity and human rights; economics, markets, trade and investment; sustainable livelihoods and pro-poor conservation; culture and conservation. Go to website
|IUCN - Social Policy Programme|
|IUCN - Social Policy Programme
Conservation for poverty reduction Initiative
Governance of natural resources, equity and human rights
|IUCN Eastern Africa Regional Office|
|IUCN Eastern Africa Regional Office
The Social Policy Component of EARP
Poverty and conservation - Landscapes, people and power
Fisher, R.J., Stewart Maginnis, W.J. Jackson, Edmund Barrow, and Sally Jeanrenaud
Series: Landscapes and livelihoods, No. 2
Commercial Non-Timber Forest Products of the Guiana Shield
An inventory of commerical NTFP extraction and possibilities for sustainable harvesting
van Andel, Tinde, Amy MacKinven, and Olaf Banki
Netherlands Committee for IUCN; Guiana Shield Initiative
Can be purchased from Earthprint
Equity in the Loita/Purko Naimina Enkiyio Forest in Kenya
Securing Maasai Rights to and Responsibilities for the Forest
Karanja F., Tessema Y. and Barrow E.
Series: Forest and Social Perspectives in Conservation, No. 11
IUCN Eastern Africa Programme, 2002
Land, people and forests in eastern and southern Africa at the beginning of the 21st Century
The impact of land relations on the role of communities in forest future.
Wily, Liz Alden, and Sue Mbaya. 2001.
Forest and Social Perspectives in Conservation series
Economic aspects of community involvement in sustainable forest management in Eastern and Southern Africa
Mogaka, Hezron, Gacheke Simons, Jane Turpie, Lucy Emerton, and Francis Karanja
Series: Forest and Social Perspectives in Conservation
Communities and forest management in South Asia
A regional proﬁle of the working group on community involvement in forest management.
Edited by M. Poffenberger: IUCN.
Series: Forests, People and Policies
Can be purchased from Earthprint
Community-based forest enterprises in Cameroon: A case study of the Ngola-Achip Community Forest in East Cameroon
Angu Angu, Kenneth; edited by FT/RRI
International Tropical Timber Organization, Forest Trends, Rights
and Resources Institute, IUCN-Central Africa
Series: Community-based Forest Enterprises in Tropical Forest Countries: Scoping Study, Cameroon, 2006
Sharing power: Learning-by-doing in co-management of natural resources throughout the world
Borrini-Feyerabend, Grazia, Michel Pimbert, M. Taghi Farvar, Ashish Kothari, Yves Renard, and eds.
International Institute for Environment and Development and World Conservation Union (IUCN/CEESP/CMWG, Cenesta)
Teheran, Iran, 2004
Forest cover and forest reserves in Kenya
Policy and practice
Revised by Violet Matiru
IUCN Kenya, 1999
arborvitae Issue 26
- Whose forest is it anyway?
- Livelihoods and forests: Customary ownership of protected areas in PNG
- Feature: Forest ownership shifts and their implications for conservation
- Forest ownership: Legal and institutional issues. Forest sector decentralization, forest tenure law and India’s Unclassed State Forests
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|Presentation RRI 2008 - Listening, learning and sharing: Southeast Asia / C Fay; M Colchester||PDF Document 309KB|
|Presentation RRI 2008 - Listening, learning and sharing: Latin America / D Barry||PDF Document 452KB|
|Presentation RRI 2008 - Listening, learning and sharing: Africa / E Barrow||PDF Document 1.04MB|
|Presentation RRI 2008 - RRI and Africa: Social Movements / K Opoku||PDF Document 565KB|