Resources, Rights, and Development in a Changing World
Co-organised by Chatham House and the Rights and Resources Initiative, the purpose of the event is threefold:
1) to better inform understanding on the local and global forces shaping land, forest and natural resource ownership, use, governance and development over the next two decades;
2) to explore the implications of these forces on rights and development in rural and forest areas of the developing world, and on the broader political economy;
3) to share experiences and strategies which may help improve local regimes around these issues, as well as global policy and legal frameworks.
Attendance is by invitation only.
For more information, please contact Estelle Rouhaud.
Project: Resources Futures