The Forest Governance Learning Group is an informal alliance of in-country groups and international partners currently active in eight African and three Asian countries. We aim to connect those marginalised from forest governance to those controlling it, and to help both do things better.
In 2011, FGLG-Ghana aims to produce policy briefs targeting governance reform players on issues such as: FLEGT meets REDD; local institutional capacity and REDD in Ghana; tenure and rights in the face of new forest investments; and multiple donor initiatives in the forest sector and forest governance reform. In each case the team aims to identify where the capacity and preparedness to take action lies and who takes the next steps, and how commitment to building momentum in each issue will be generated.
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