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Politics
Author: Daniel Buckles,International Development Research Centre
ISBN: 0821346237
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Pages 297 pages
Publisher World Bank Publications (December 9, 1999)
Language English
Category: Politics
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by Daniel Buckles,International Development Research Centre


He holds a PhD in rural sociology from Carleton University and has worked for The Rockefeller Foundation as a post-doctoral fellow and, later, for the InternationalMaize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT), in Mexico, as a senior scientist

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This book presents original case studies from Africa, Asia, and Latin America .

This book presents original case studies from Africa, Asia, and Latin America, interspersed with essays on the cultural dimensions of conflict, the meaning of stakeholder analysis, the impact of development interventions on peace and conflict, and the policy dimensions of conflict management. The case studies present developing-world experience on moving from conflict to collaborative modes of management.

Cultivating Peace: Conflict and Collaboration in Natural Resource Management. by International Bank for Reconstruction and Development Staff. The 11 case studies featured illustrate how local innovations in participatory natural resource management can strengthen livelihoods, build capacity for local governance, and spark policy change.

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12 pp. Preliminary perspectives on local territorial boundaries and resource control. Why is collaboration in natural resource management so difficult? This book grapples with those questions. Case studies analyze specific natural resource conflicts in 10 countries and the interventions of people close to the conflicts (in some cases, the authors themselves). Four concept papers draw the case stories together around particular themes: culture, society, peace, and policy.

Why is collaboration in natural resource management so difficult? This book grapples with those questions. The concept papers illustrate their main points with examples from the case studies, grounding concepts in concrete experience and raising broader questions for further study.

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Why does conflict occur over the use of natural resources? How are external factors built into local conflicts? What governing mechanisms are conducive to equitable and sustainable natural resource management by communities? When do local strategies for conflict management need to be complemented or replaced by external or new mechanisms? How can research help identify opportunities for turning conflict into collaboration? Why is collaboration in natural resource management so difficult?This book grapples with those questions. Case studies analyze specific natural resource conflicts in 10 countries and the interventions of people close to the conflicts (in some cases, the authors themselves). Four concept papers draw the case stories together around particular themes: culture, society, peace, and policy. The concept papers illustrate their main points with examples from the case studies, grounding concepts in concrete experience and raising broader questions for further study.