Community-Based Agreement Making with Land-Connected Peoples

This chapter includes a brief case study on the Murowa resettlement in Zimbabwe. It highlights the importance of flexibility in community engagement and identifying trade-offs with community input. The majority of the chapter is focussed on agreement making with land-connected peoples.
Nish, S. & Bice, S. 2011, Community-based Agreement Making with Land-connected Peoples, in Vanclay, F. & Esteves, A.M. (eds.) New Directions in Social Impact Assessment: Conceptual and Methodological Advances.
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