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Natural resources & peacebuilding cambodia - Blake D. Ratner
Natural resources & peacebuilding cambodia - Blake D. Ratner
Natural resources & peacebuilding cambodia - Blake D. Ratner
Natural resources & peacebuilding cambodia - Blake D. Ratner
Natural resources & peacebuilding cambodia - Blake D. Ratner
Natural resources & peacebuilding cambodia - Blake D. Ratner
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  • focus for this presentation: renewable resources, links to rural livelihoodscase study from Cambodia
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    1. + Natural resources and peacebuilding – Learning from Cambodia Blake D. Ratner b.ratner@cgiar.org
    2. History 20 years ago UN made its largest UNAMIC / UNTAC operations. (Photo: Australian Army) investment in peacekeeping & building institutions of democratic governance coincided with shift to market-based economy contemporary conflicts focus Kompong Thom. (Photo: Lukas Reuttinger) significantly on land, other natural resources Protest over land claims, Kratie. (Photo: Phnom Penh Post)
    3. Natural resources and conflict  natural resources long a source of conflict  control of natural resources to finance Logging near Palin. (Photo: AP) civil war  took new forms in post-war context stakeholder representation  resource governance remains central to prospects for conflict transformation and prevention governance  what does it mean? mechanisms of distribution of accountability power
    4. Example: Community forestry, OddarMeanchey pressured by market forces benefit from legal authority for community forestry Monks Community Forest (Photo: Chanta Elkin, ARC) but these rights are compromised, fragile Prey Samakki Community Forest, Oddar Meanchey. (Photo: UNDP) Marching in Phnom Penh for Prey Lang Forest. (Photo: Prey Lang Network)
    5. Example: Communityfisheries, Kompong Thom constrained by unequal access mobilized to expand resource access Phat Sanday village, Kompong Thom. (Photo: Lukas Reuttinger) recent national policy reform continued risk of social conflict Kim Kimheng, Coaltition of Cambodian Fishers, Kompong Thom. Phat Sanday village, Kompong Thom. (Photo: Lukas Reuttinger)
    6. How is NRM integrated into nationalpolicy and conflict resolution efforts? expert advisory role  multi-stakeholder engagement  typical beginning point for  convening, dialogue, capacity international agencies building  top-down, focused on law &  requires investing in policy understanding local institutional  often short-term dynamics, building trust assessments  aims at strengthening institutions, institutional relationships that endure Local and provincial consultations, “Strengthening resilience of community fisheries of the Tonle Sap Lake”. (Photos: WorldFish Center)
    7. What influences success integratingNRM and conflict management? outcomes vary by approach outcomes vary by governance context these two factors are connected Exploring the potential learning requires cycle of action & reflection for collaboration Evaluating outcomes and sustaining Facilitating collaboration dialogue and action

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