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Women's participation in communal forests: experience from Nicaragua's indigenous territories

In this CIFOR-hosted session of the 2014 IUFRO World Congress, experts examined the implications of forest and land tenure reforms in Nicaragua and elsewhere (in Asia, Africa and Latin America) with emphasis on local institutions, governance, livelihoods, and gender dynamics.

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