Community / Land projects / Improving governance of Land Use, Land-Use Change and Forestry in Indonesia
Improving governance of Land Use, Land-Use Change and Forestry in Indonesia
01/12 - 07/15
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The project aims to support improvements to land use and forestry governance in Indonesia, through a combination of support to national and local governments, and civil society, informed by political economy analysis. It will offer capacity building and technical assistance to national and local governments, and support strategic coalitions of reformers at the local level, from civil society, government and the private sector, in demanding good governance. A research component will contribute political economy analysis of the local contexts in order to inform the approach. The programme will be carried out in four provinces in Indonesia which have abundant forest resources and complex land use and forestry problems, with the aim of improving the rule of law on land use and forestry and the recognition of community land rights.