Negotiation and mediation techniques for natural resource management | Land Portal

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December 2007
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FAODOCREP:ed197525-5c99-52e1-a205-2c103df800ef
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This publication is part of a series of training materials on natural resources conflict management developed by FAOs Livelihood Support Programme. It supports the discussions presented in Negotiation and mediation techniques for natural resource management (2005) a conceptual guide by sharing recent, real-life experiences of Africans who have used the processes and principles of consensual negotiation and mediation to address natural resource conflicts. The series also includes a trainers guide containing learning activities designed to support training in natural resources conflict management. This publication presents the results of the African Training-of-Trainers Programme for natural resources conflict management, which was conducted from April 2005 to August 2006. Among the many institutions and individuals who were involved in implementation of the training programme the following are to be mentioned: InWEnt Capacity Building International, Germany, which collaborated with FAOs Livelihood Support Programme to implement the programme; Demetrio Polo-Cheva and Anja Glatzel from the Department for Environment, Energy and Water in Berlin, and Friederike Subklew from the South Africa office are especially recognized for their continued support to the programme.

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Alfonso Peter Castro and Antonia Engel Economic and Social Development Department
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