E-learning & Courses

The Heart of a Stream – three movies on governance for the conservation of nature

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Participatory land use planning: Handbook and Toolbox

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Guidelines for innovation platforms: Facilitation, monitoring and evaluation

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Closing the gender gap in agriculture: A trainer’s manual

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Governance dimensions of climate change adaptation: Methodology for landscape-level institutional assessments

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Legal and institutional aspects of recognizing and supporting conservation by Indigenous Peoples and local communities

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Governance of protected areas from understanding to action

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Bio-cultural diversity conserved by indigenous peoples & local communities— examples & analysis

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Learning to action: how an initiative transforms land protection in remote settings across the world

Rachael Knight, Senior Advisor for Land, Namati
Jueves, 13th Septiembre 2018

From the Namati Blog series 1/6

In early February 2018, seven NGOs met for a weeklong workshop in Aberdare, Kenya, to take-part in the ILC’s Community Land Protection Co-Learning Initiative. The Initiative aims to build a supportive community of practice to facilitate learning between community land rights advocates. The Initiative’s emphasis on peer-to-peer learning, rather than on expert-led training or capacity building, is designed to explicitly acknowledge practitioners’ expertise and to celebrate each participant’s unique knowledge and experience.

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Tools and training materials to help mainstream gender in Humidtropics innovation platforms: Needs, priorities and perceptions module

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