Monday, June 07, 2010
TRAINING: CAPRi Course on Lessons for Territorial Management July 20 to 21 (in Spanish)
CAPRi and Programa Salvadoreño de Investigación sobre Desarrollo y Medio Ambiente (PRISMA) will be holding a training course from July 20 to 21 on Collective Action, Property Rights, and Institutional Arrangements: Lessons for Territorial Management. The course will be broadcast online to encourage a broader audience, and will be conducted entirely in Spanish.
In this training course, territorial governance is, broadly, looked at to include environmental, economic and social measures and policies, as well as the institutions of collective action and property rights (both state and community arrangements) for participatory formulation, development, and implementation of policies for territorial and natural resource management and sustainable livelihoods.
The purpose of the course is to bring together professionals from a variety of state agencies whose mandates effect territorial and natural resource management processes and familiarize participants with key conceptual frameworks related to inclusive and sustainable territorial management, such as collective action, property rights, ecosystem services and institutional arrangements. The course seeks to facilitate a space for developing shared understanding of concepts, approaches and tools among various state agencies, in order to facilitate the coordination of actions, policies and programs that promote inclusive, effective and sustainable territorial and natural resource management.
Deadline for registration: July 1, 2010