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Integrated Assessment. Presenter: Diane Russell Treasure, Turf and Turmoil: The Dirty Dynamics of Land and Natural Resource Conflict June 2011. Assessment modes. Strategy assessments Sectoral assessments Program and project level assessments So what is an “integrated assessment”?

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Integrated Assessment

Presenter: Diane Russell

Treasure, Turf and Turmoil: The Dirty Dynamics

of Land and Natural Resource Conflict

June 2011

assessment modes
Assessment modes
  • Strategy assessments
  • Sectoral assessments
  • Program and project level assessments

So what is an “integrated assessment”?

…Or an assessment that integrates

bottom line
Bottom line
  • Synergy and efficiency Entry point
  • Disconnect and conflict Take care
conflict lens
Conflict lens

Conflict assessments

Conflict toolkit

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Protected areas legislation

  • Forest / pasture law reform
  • Water policy reform
  • Sustainable agriculture policy / legislation
  • Environmental sanctions
  • Civil society strengthening for rural legal education
  • Reinforcing forest management groups
  • Legal recognition of forest management groups
nrm lens
NRM lens
  • 118-119 Assessments and ETOAs
  • Reg 216
  • Biodiversity Threats Assessments
working with the tools
Working with the tools

What about integrated tools?

behavioral modeling
Behavioral modeling

Transhumant cattle go astray and eat into a field; conflict begins

Herders do not wish to interact with agriculturalist; they settle the issue quickly (pay a fine) and decide not to come again in the area.

Herders and agriculturalists engage in a verbal, then physical “war”; violence erupts.

Herders and agriculturalists expose their views and identify their needs.

Conflict is avoided

Conflict escalates

Groundwork is laid for negotiation

Pastoralists lose access to pastoral resources; agriculturalists lose access to manure.

People get hurt; pastoralists lose access to pastoral resources; agriculturalists lose access to manure.

Integration: the parties in conflict have identified their respective needs and may begin to think about possible solutions.

Differentiation

Avoidance

Escalation

During

Differentiation

“Successful”

Differentiation

http://www.ilri.org/InfoServ/Webpub/fulldocs/PropertyRights/Chapter13.htm

stakeholder modeling
Stakeholder modeling
  • http://www.iapad.org/

Mediated modeling/mapping

SCALE

Whole System in the Room