GovInn’s Senior Researcher Robin Bourgeois published the ‘Guide for co-elaboration of scenarios: Building shared understanding and joint action for reform and security of forest tenure‘ with The Centre for International Forestry Research.

This guide aims to help field-based practitioners co-elaborate scenarios at local level with multiple stakeholders on forest tenure security. It is the product of the application of the Participatory Prospective Analysis method* (Bourgeois and Jésus 2004) in three training workshops, each held over five days. These were conducted in Indonesia, Uganda and Peru in the context of CIFOR’s Global Comparative Study project on forest tenure security (hereafter the GCS-Tenure project). The three workshops trained more than 60 people as facilitators through a learning-by-doing process.

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