Power, Equity, Gender, and Conflicts in Common Property Resources in the Hindu Kush- Himalayas (1997)

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Presenting the historical perspective and political economy of common property resources management and its associated issues, the author concludes that the last decade has seen increased commitment by the state to community- oriented resource management. The current issues in the context of power, equity, gender, and conflicts are then analysed with some interesting examples. The urgency to mainstream conflict resolution in policy, laws, procedures, operational guidelines, and human resource development is emphasised.

ISBN: 1027-0027
Language: English
Pages: 6


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