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New Report: Building Strategies for Community Land and Natural Resource Protection

Posted April 18, 2014

In November 2013, Namati and Natural Justice co-hosted the Africa Regional Symposium for Community Land and Natural Resources Protection in Capetown, South Africa.  Community Land and Natural Resource advocates from around Africa gathered together at this symposium to discuss challenges and brainstorm solutions based on their own experiences, revolving around the following 8 key themes:

Community definition;
Conflict resolution;
Governance and Leadership;
Equity and Gender;
Conservation and Stewardship;
Investor-Community Relations;
Government Barriers to Implementation;
Policy advocacy and Law-Making

The conference report details the symposium proceedings, and outlines next steps that participants committed to in furthering their work around community land and natural resources protection.…

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Syria: From Corrupt State Institutions to the Economy of Violence

Posted by on March 14, 2014


An interview with Zaki Mehchy of the Syrian Centre for Policy Research (SCPR)

Zaki Mehchy is a co-founder of the Syrian Centre for Policy Research (SCPR), an NGO established in Damascus in 2011 to study poverty. Its work has been overtaken by the conflict that has engulfed his country. Zaki attended Namati’s regional meeting of legal empowerment practitioners in Amman, Jordan.

AMMAN – “We are now focusing on studies relating to the Syrian crisis and we are producing a regular report on the impact of the crisis in terms of the economic impact, the loss on GDP as well as …

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