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PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988-2001 10 Linking PRA to policy: the conflict analysis framework

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Document begins: PLA Notes CD-ROM 1988­2001 10 Linking PRA to policy: the conflict analysis framework M. Warner, C. Robb, A. Mackay, and M. Brocklesby Introduction than direct benefits to local people in the form of problem solving or empowerment; This article outlines a new technique which we and, hope contributes to a `basket' of approaches · the logistical, cultural and political designed to link PRA to policy. The technique difficulties of physically bringing local is the Conflict Analysis Framework. It was people round the policy formulation table. piloted with communities in two Game Management Areas in Zambia in December A means is therefore needed to: faithfully 19951. The PRA team comprised experienced represent the views of local people within the facilitators, and extension workers from the policy formulation process and provide some government wildlife authority and an NGO immediate and tangible benefits to the (WWF-BWP). This article describes the community participants. The Conflict Analysis technique and some of the lessons learned from Framework seeks to meet these objectives. the case-studies. The conflict analysis framework An important issue is how to meaningfully link the information gained through participatory The Conflict Analysis Framework aims to analysis with local people, with the actual ...

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