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Conflict resolution and mediation in natural resource management in Nepal

Krishna Prasad Oli

Conflict resolution and mediation in natural resource management in Nepal

by Krishna Prasad Oli

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Published by IUCN Nepal in Kathmandu .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Nepal.
    • Subjects:
    • Environmental law -- Nepal.,
    • Environmental protection -- Nepal.,
    • Dispute resolution (Law) -- Nepal.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementKrishna Prasad Oli.
      ContributionsIUCN Nepal.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKPK155.3 .O43 1998
      The Physical Object
      Pagination78 p. :
      Number of Pages78
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL516358M
      ISBN 109291440310
      LC Control Number98915187
      OCLC/WorldCa40783202

      Why is collaboration in natural resource management so difficult? This book grapples with those questions. Case studies analyze specific natural resource conflicts in 10 countries and the interventions of people close to the conflicts (in some cases, the authors themselves).Cited by: Welcome to WMO Conflict Insight, an expert’s hub where international exchange takes place. This section enables you to meet and connect with international high-end experts, activists, and researchers from the field of global peace, international mediation, and transcultural conflict management.

        For farmers and herders in the community of Agbashi, Nigeria, violent conflict had become dangerously common — until a movie changed their world. This entry was posted in Africa, Blog and tagged Blog, Dialogue+, featured-blog, Media+, Natural Resource Conflicts, Nigeria on July 3, conflict management practices. 2 Setting the scene: background and context Nepal's economy depeods largely on the use of the natur~ resources base (Nl'C ). The historical conlext is a strong delermmmg factor I~ the present govemaDce of natural resources and management of associated Size: 4MB.

      3 OHCHR NEPAL CONFLICT REPORT – EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Chapter 1 – Introduction Between and , an internal conflict between the Government of Nepal and the Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) (CPN (Maoist)) left o people dead and 1,File Size: KB. Natural Conflict Resolution book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Aggression and competition are customarily presented as the na 5/5(3).


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This book is based on the research into natural resource (NR)-conflict carried out between and in the Dolakha district of central Nepal, and in several reference sites around the : Bishnu Raj Upreti. Competition over natural resources such as oil or diamonds can lead to, intensify, or sustain violence—the resource curse—but natural resources can also play a role in managing and resolving conflict and preventing its reoccurrence.

This study guide will illuminate the role of natural resources as causes of conflict, and their role in helping to bring about peace. Geographical Coverage NRCTC-N movement covers total 22 districts of Nepal, within which Natural Resource Conflict Transformation Program is implementing in 17 districts, Community Mediation Program in 10 districts and both programs are conducting in 5 districts.

Conflict and Natural Resource Management 5 Definitions of Key Conflict Managementand Resolution Strategies Avoidance Acting in ways to keep a conflict from becoming publicly acknowledged.

Coercion Threatening or using force to impose one’s will. Following a voluntary process in which parties reach agreement through consensus.

MediationFile Size: 1MB. Each natural resource sector addressed in this guide—extractives, land, and water—generates multiple forms of conflict, which require different approaches to mediation. Conflict Resolution (CICR), the Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue (HD), and the EU-UN Partnership on Land, Natural Resources and Conflict Prevention.

This guide collects and summarizes good practices on the successful mediation of resource conflicts. Community-based natural resource conflict management: the case of watershed planning in Metro Cebu, the Philippines Conflict resolution in the Namanve Peri-Urban Reforestation Project in Uganda Conflict management over contested natural resources: a case study of pasture, forest and irrigation in South Wello, Ethiopia.

conflict or, much more frequently, are used to fuel a conflict. Paul Collier, an expert on the economics of civil war, estimates that close to fifty armed conflicts active in had a strong link to natural resource exploitation, in which either licit or illicit exploitation helped to trigger, intensify, or sustain violence.

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It was prepared by ARD, Size: 1MB. The Natural Resource Conflict Transformation Centre-Nepal (NRCTC-N) works to study, research, document and transform natural resource based multi stakeholder conflicts cases along with other interpersonal conflicts seen in local communities of Nepal.

Natural resource conflicts range from armed conflicts to conflicts of interest between stakeholders in the North as well as in the South. The varying driving forces behind such disputes at different levels and scales are critically analysed, and approaches to facilitate and enforce mediation, transformation and collaboration at these levels and.

This Guidance Note focuses on drivers of conflict over renewable resources. It recommends strategies and interventions that can be undertaken at the country-level to prevent conflicts over renewable resources, and to promote strategies for conflict sensitivity in natural resource management and in the design of development projects.

Nepal. Nepal’s citizens face both a weak and inac-cessible formal justice system and inadequate means of resolving local disputes. Mediation is able to fill this void in judicial assistance by pro-viding immediate, affordable, and locally accessi-ble dispute resolution services.

Mediation in Nepal offers a space to resolve interpersonal andFile Size: 2MB. However, it may also be of interest to stakeholders and natural resource management experts involved in disputes over natural resources that might be considering a mediated solution, ranging from.

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Role of conflict and conflict management in community-based natural resource projects Introduction The word ‘conflict’ carries negative connotations. It is often thought of as the opposite of co-operation and peace, and is most commonly associated with violence, the threat of violence or disruptive (non-violent) disputes.

To improve capacity for land and natural resource management (NRM) and conflict prevention, the EU partnered with the UN Framework Team in late The aim of this. Conflict Resolution is the first book to provide specific mediation skills and managerial tools for successfully preventing, managing, and resolving workplace conflicts.

Before minor skirmishes become full-blown wars, refer to this hands-on, solution-oriented book to learn:Cited by:. environment in complex conflict situations, and second, to the actors that can play a constructive role in natural resource, environmental and conflict management.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(9).31 July During and after 10 years of conflict, peacebuilding organisations in Nepal have worked tirelessly to promote peaceful conflict resolution through dialogue, mediation and negotiation.

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