Indigenous people and co-management: implications for conflict management

@inproceedings{Castro2001IndigenousPA,
  title={Indigenous people and co-management: implications for conflict management},
  author={Alfonso Peter Castro and Erik Nielsen},
  year={2001}
}
Co-management agreements among indigenous people, state agencies, and other stakeholders offer substantial promise as a way of dealing with natural resource conflicts in a participatory and equitable manner. However, experience shows that co-management regimes can set into motion new conflicts or cause old ones to escalate. In practice the result may not be power sharing but rather a strengthening of the state’s control over resource policy, management, and allocation. Instead of contributing… CONTINUE READING

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