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Power relationships

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  • Group of people sit and stand in a circle under a palm tree

    Rethinking research and development approaches from a decolonisation perspective

    Following a recent Dilemmas of Development webinar series, Tracy Kajumba and guest blogger Daniela Nemeti Baba reflect on the complexities of decolonising development approaches to research and development

    15 July 2021 | Blog | Monitoring, evaluation and learning
  • Women discuss forest management at a Community Forest User Group meeting in Nepal. Photo: WOCAN

    Gender and REDD+

    Women from poor, forest-dependent communities play a key role in the management of forests, and yet they are frequently marginalised from decision-making in communities. This is a problem as gender equity is essential for tackling more sustainable forest management, and to achieving the aims of REDD+, which aims to reduce emissions and conserve forests in specific countries

    12 September 2013 | Project | Forests
  • A woman using homemade compost in her garden in eastern Burkina Faso

    Trade-offs in sustainable intensification

    It is a huge challenge to achieve food security for all in a way that is sustainable in environmental, economic and social terms. And there are different views on what dimension of sustainability should have priority when trying to produce 'more with less'.

    15 August 2013 | Project | Food and agriculture
  • Citizens reframing conservation policies and practice for food and livelihood security, environmental sustainability and justice

    Two complementary activities are being carried out to allow citizens’ to assess, re-imagine and influence conservation policies and practice

    15 July 2009 | Article | Biodiversity
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