Assessing & Addressing Community Conflict in Conservation Planning & Management

Kathryn Mazaika

International Union for the Conservation of Nature - Social Science for Conservation Fellowship Programme

Kathryn holds degrees in conflict analysis & resolution and environmental law.  Her skills and experience as a policy, legal and conflict analyst includesynthesizing and integrating social, legal, and natural resource disciplines. Her work has involved researching, analyzing and writing about conflict situations to create new understandings and opportunities for positive change for communities in conflict, especially where conflicts arise around wildlife.Her presentation today focuses on the research she conducted while a senior fellow with the IUCN.

Abstract

As the world’s largest global environmental network, and with its mission “to influence, encourage and assist societies throughout the world to conserve the integrity and diversity of nature and to ensure that any use of... [ view full abstract ]

Authors

  1. Kathryn Mazaika (International Union for the Conservation of Nature - Social Science for Conservation Fellowship Programme)

Topic Areas

Topics: The Changing Nature of Wildlife Conservation , Topics: Human-Wildlife Conflict , Topics: Conservation Planning and Evaluation

Session

M-2C » Conflict Management (13:00 - Monday, 18th September, Diamond West)

Presentation Files

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