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Analysis of Stakeholder Power and Community Involvement in Forest Management

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Contributors: Edmund Barrow, Jeanette Clarke, Isla Grundy, Kamugisha-Ruhombe Jones, Yemeserach Tessema
Forest and Social Perspectives in Conservation 2002 In accordance with Title 17 U.S.C. section 107, any copyrighted material herein is distributed without profit or payment for non-profit research and educational purposes only.

This 2002 IUCN publication (154 pg) "Analysis of Stakeholder Power and Community Involvement in Forest Management" by Edmund Barrow, Jeanette Clarke, Isla Grundy, Kamugisha-Ruhombe Jones and Yemeserach Tessema is one of four publications which review various aspects of Community Involvement in Forest Management in Eastern and Southern Africa. This review explores forest conservation from the perspective of rural people and other key stakeholders. A loose focus is placed on natural or indigenous trees. The purpose is to identify and understand the key issues relating to power, and the responsible involvement of communities in forest management, in order to learn lessons, and inform and influence policy. This helps explore the opportunities as to how forest options can contribute to the reduction of poverty, and identify areas needing further research. Combining a focus on securing livelihoods with community negotiating and decision making processes enables us to analyse inter- and intra-community power structures an relations at a community level. Keywords: Stakeholder Power, Community Involvement, Forest Management, Eastern and Southern Africa, Participation

Author(s): Edmund Barrow , Jeanette Clarke , Isla Grundy , Kamugisha-Ruhombe Jones , Yemeserach Tessema

Publication Date: 2002

Location: Eastern and Southern Africa

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