Core Concepts covered in this program are:
- Environmental and social screening
- Social and environmental monitoring
- Social issues-resettlment and compensation
- Environmental and socio-cultural impacts
- Social Safeguards and Standards
- Stakeholder Engagement
- Ensuring benefits sharing
- Shifting cultivation, deforestation, and gender
- Lessons Learned from Community Forestry and Their Relevance
- Legal Literacy and Advocacy
- Biodiversity Standards and Indicators
- Consideration of Gender and other cross-cutting issues
- Consider Intended and Unintended consequences
- DO NO HARM!
- The importance of ongoing, meaningful consultation
- Align projects to national plans and signed country agreements
- Consider the vulnerable in society
The methodology used is designed to encourage maximum participation by all delegates. The presenter will suggest ideas and theories to the delegates and then encourage them to test out the ideas by the use of discussion, small group work, exercises and feedback. Each day of the seminar will end by delegates completing their own record of what has been learned on the day and considering how the ideas might be transferred back to the workplace.
Program Dates: 21 – 25 May, 2017
Registration Closes on: 29 March, 2017
Program Fee: $4850
Fee Covers: Participant visa, accommodation for 7 nights, Training Program, Program Venue, Participant Assessments, Lunch & Refreshments, Workshop Kit, Practical Activities, Program Materials, Tour and Certificate of Completion.
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