Call for Nominations for the Elinor Ostrom Award for Collective Governance of the Commons 2019 | Land Portal

The Elinor Ostrom Award is given in three categories: Practitioners, Senior Scholars and Junior Scholars, in the fields of natural resource management, commons, common-pool resources or collective action.

The call for nominations is open until the *15th of June, 2018*. The announcement of the call,  covering all the relevant details is attached for your reference.   All the nominations should be sent to ostromaward@gmail.com. More information on the Call, the Institutional Supporters, the evaluation criteria, the application and selection process, and the Award itself, may be found on the elinorostromaward.org website.

The Elinor Ostrom Award on Collective Governance of the Commons Council opens the Call to nominate outstanding scholars or practitioners in the fields of natural resource management, commons, common-pool resources or collective action.

Deadline:  15/06/2018

The overall objectives of the Award are:

  • To acknowledge Elinor Ostrom’s legacy in developing commons knowledge and theory while making it accessible to wider and more varied audiences, both within and outside the realm of international academia.
  • To promote Ostrom’s commitment to the training of students, young colleagues and practitioners.
  • To promote research on the commons, collective action and governance of commons, as well as its application to the governance and sustainability of socio-ecological, cultural and knowledge commons of different types and scales.
  • To acknowledge and increase the visibility of applied policy and civic experiences of governance, management, protection, and/or creation of different types of commons in different regions of the world, particularly those related to contemporary socio-environmental and social exclusion challenges.

The Award will be given in three categories:

  1. Practitioners: recognizing the work around the creation, defense, sustainable management and use of common resources by groups, communities, and NGO or federations of communities.
  2. Young scholars: involved in commons studies, or focused on community-level management or policy and governance, associated with either research, teaching, advising commoners, or a mix of these activities.
  3. Senior scholars: involved in commons studies and work with commons, communities and pro-commons policies. This category of the Award also aims to acknowledge commitment to, and impact on, training and/or advising new generations of commons scholars and/or practitioners.

The call for nominations is open until the 15th of June, 2018. More information on the Call for nominations, the Institutional Supporters, the evaluation criteria, the application and selection process, and the Award itself, may be found on the http://www.elinorostromaward.org/ website.

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