The Evolution of REDD+ Social Safeguards in Brazil, Indonesia and Tanzania: Multi-level policy processes, dialogues and actions on REDD+ social safeguards: Challenges and opportunities for national REDD+ safeguards measurement, reporting and verification.

The Evolution of REDD+ Social Safeguards in Brazil, Indonesia and Tanzania: Multi-level policy processes, dialogues and actions on REDD+ social safeguards: Challenges and opportunities for national REDD+ safeguards measurement, reporting and verification.

Countries are grappling with how to integrate social safeguards into national and subnational REDD+ architectures. Safeguard policies are intended to ensure that people are not harmed or made worse off by REDD+.

Authors: Jagger, P.; Brockhaus, M.; Duchelle, A.E.; Gebara, M.F.; Lawlor, K.; Resosudarmo. I.A.P.; Sunderlin, W.D.

Topic: REDD+, governance, benefit sharing, tenure, gender, biodiversity, technical monitoring

Geographic: Brazil,Indonesia,Tanzania

Series: CIFOR REDD+ Safeguards Brief no. 1

Publisher: Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), Bogor, Indonesia

Publication Year: 2014

DOI: 10.17528/cifor/005185


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