The democracy effects of collaborative forest governance in Ghana: lessons for REDD

Wed, 06/27/2012 - 09:25

This is part of a regional forest governance research programme, being implemented by CODESRIA, University of Illinois and IUCN titled 'Responsive Forest Governance Initiative'. in Ghana, the research is broadly investigating issues of democratic representation, citizenship and public domain as elements of democracy focusing on the extent to which collaborative forest management and participatory decision-making approaches produce democracy outcomes among rural communities.

Responsible party
CSIR Forestry Research Institute of Ghana
Funding bodies
Swedish International Development Agency