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    • Co-management in the national park of Lanin Javiera Rulli NRM, September 2004
    • Community based natural resource management
      • addresses the participation of local communities
      • comprises both conservation and development objectives
      • indigenous people and local communities
      • approach with diverse strategies
    • Co-management
      • participatory, collaborative, joint, mixed, multi-party or round-table management
      • seeks for social justice and “democracy” in the management of natural resource
      • political and historical analysis
    • Co-management
      • Key axes:
      • diversity of interests
      • transparency of the process
      • consensus
    • Study case: NP Lanin
      • South of the province of Neuquen, Argentina
      • Patagonian
      • Andean Forest
      • 379.000 ha
      • founded in
      • 1937
    • Mapuches in NP lanin
      • 8 Mapuce communities
      • small rural subsistence producers
      • sheep and goat ranching
      • timber exploitation
      • recently tourism activities
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    • Co-management in Lanin
      • Severe institutional crisis of National Protected Area System
      • Community proposes TIP,protected indigenous territory
      • New dialogue and relation
      • ILO 169 , Biodiversity Convention
    • First meeting of TIP
      • Multiple participation
      • Territory
      • Co-management
      • Link between cultural and biological diversity
    • Co-management coordination Directive community Community Local Committe Management Committe Local Park ranger Co-management area Members: -4 COM -4 APN -1INAI
    • Conclusions
      • slow process in order to set a participatory and transparent basis
      • land tenure issues
      • legal framework
      • empowering of communities
      • regional authorities and private owners can be an obstacle
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