Catalyzing collective action to address natural resource conflict<br />
Conceptual framework on resource conflict, collective action, and social-ecological resilience. Adapted from Ostrom (2005)...
Contextual factors influencing natural resource competition and opportunities for collective action <br /><ul><li>Globaliz...
Decentralization reforms
Civil society networks, advocacy and international law</li></ul>Globalization of agricultural markets increasing competiti...
Three windows for engagement<br />Influencing the action arena<br />Support to NRM institutions<br />Governance reforms<br />
Improving the governance context for collective action to address resource competition <br />Engage community institutions...
Strengthening collective action institutions for natural resources management <br />Support to NRM institutions<br />Build...
Influencing the action arena <br />Influencing the action arena<br />Seek opportunities to reframe collective narratives t...
9<br />Building resilience of community fisheries in the Tonle Sap Lake, Cambodia<br />
Outcomes: improving governance<br />Ratner, Halpern, Mam (2011)<br />
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Science Forum Day 4 - Blake Ratner - Catalyzing collective action to address nrm conflict

  1. 1. Catalyzing collective action to address natural resource conflict<br />
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  3. 3. Conceptual framework on resource conflict, collective action, and social-ecological resilience. Adapted from Ostrom (2005) and Di Gregorio et al. (2008). <br />
  4. 4. Contextual factors influencing natural resource competition and opportunities for collective action <br /><ul><li>Globalization of agricultural markets increasing competition for land and primary resources
  5. 5. Decentralization reforms
  6. 6. Civil society networks, advocacy and international law</li></ul>Globalization of agricultural markets increasing competition for land and primary resources<br />Climate change, carbon markets, and resource conflict<br />Decentralization reforms<br />Civil society networks, advocacy and international law<br />
  7. 7. Three windows for engagement<br />Influencing the action arena<br />Support to NRM institutions<br />Governance reforms<br />
  8. 8. Improving the governance context for collective action to address resource competition <br />Engage community institutions to establish clarity in resource tenure<br />Strengthen both statutory and traditional conflict resolution mechanisms<br />Address horizontal inequalities through natural resource policies<br />Governance reforms<br />
  9. 9. Strengthening collective action institutions for natural resources management <br />Support to NRM institutions<br />Build capacity for collective action where state capacity is weak<br />Promote collective action in natural resource management institutions as a means of conflict prevention<br />
  10. 10. Influencing the action arena <br />Influencing the action arena<br />Seek opportunities to reframe collective narratives to reduce conflict risk <br />Support rights and capacities of weaker actors to access justice<br />Cultivate space for dialogue and negotiation to resolve resource conflicts<br />
  11. 11. 9<br />Building resilience of community fisheries in the Tonle Sap Lake, Cambodia<br />
  12. 12. Outcomes: improving governance<br />Ratner, Halpern, Mam (2011)<br />
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  14. 14. Blake D. Ratner, Ruth Meinzen-Dick, Jon Hellin, EveristoMapedza, Jon Unruh, WouterVeening, Eric Haglund, Candace May and Carl Bruch<br />Addressing conflict through collective action in natural resources management: A synthesis of experience<br />Feedback please: <br />b.ratner@cgiar.org<br />CGIAR Systemwide Program on Collective Action and Property Rights www.capri.cgiar.org<br />

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