2014 International Union of Forest Research Organizations

5-11 October, Salt Lake City, United States
9 0ctober 2014 | 08:00-10:30 | Room: 150 B

Technical Session

Impact of tenure arrangements on forests, livelihoods and gender dynamics

Experts examine the implications of forest and land tenure reforms (in Asia, Africa and Latin America) with emphasis on local institutions, governance, livelihoods, and gender dynamics.

CIFOR Panelists:

Michael Balinga
"Influence of tenure and gender on livelihood values and management of NTFPs in Burkina Faso"

Anne Larson
"Challenges and opportunities for women’s participation in the management of communal forests: experience from Nicaragua’s indigenous territories"

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