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Challenging top-down reporting: a revolution in farm journalism in southern India
Shree Padre; Sudarshana; Robert Tripp / id21 Development Research Reporting Service 2002
Agricultural journalism often describes techniques which have not been tested on farmer’s fields. Can farm journalism be shifted to incorporate the views and experience of farmers? How should we invest in building editorial capac...
Joint forest management in India: a sapling with feeble roots?
Arvind Khare; Madhu Sarin; N.C. Saxena; S. Palit / id21 Development Research Reporting Service 2002
Although a fifth of India is covered by forest (a livelihood source for 200 million people), almost half is patchy or degraded. Joint Forest Management (JFM) may be good for forests but is it good for people? Can India regenerate fore...
‘Participation’ in natural resources management: time to research research?
Kirsten Probst; Jürgen Hagmann / id21 Development Research Reporting Service 2002
The emerging discipline of natural resources management (NRM) has great faith in participatory research. Are current assumptions about participation valid? What impact do NRM research projects strive for? What is their research focus ...
Explaining the gap between PRA rhetoric and reality?
Tim Holmes / id21 Development Research Reporting Service 2002
As participatory rural appraisal (PRA) has passed into the canons of good development practice, what does it mean to the people who actually use it? Why do PRA facilitators use this methodology in the way that they do? How do PRA faci...
Agenda 21 in South Africa: foreign, green and anti-development?
Debra Roberts; Nicci Diederichs / id21 Development Research Reporting Service 2003
Durban has been at the forefront of South African efforts to honour Agenda 21 commitments made at the 1991 Rio Earth Summit. Has the city turned Agenda 21’s promise of sustainable urban development into reality? What lessons have...
Guidelines for trainers in participatory learning and action methodologies
J. Thompson / id21 Development Research Reporting Service 2002
Many organisations wish to integrate a participatory approach into their activities. As a result, there is a massive demand for training in participatory learning and action (PLA) methods. How can people best learn the principles and ...
Items 1841 to 6 of 6

Items 1841 to 6 of 6

Challenging top-down reporting: a revolution in farm journalism in southern India
Shree Padre; Sudarshana; Robert Tripp / id21 Development Research Reporting Service 2002
Agricultural journalism often describes techniques which have not been tested on farmer’s fields. Can farm journalism be shifted to incorporate the views and experience of farmers? How should we invest in building editorial capac...
Joint forest management in India: a sapling with feeble roots?
Arvind Khare; Madhu Sarin; N.C. Saxena; S. Palit / id21 Development Research Reporting Service 2002
Although a fifth of India is covered by forest (a livelihood source for 200 million people), almost half is patchy or degraded. Joint Forest Management (JFM) may be good for forests but is it good for people? Can India regenerate fore...
‘Participation’ in natural resources management: time to research research?
Kirsten Probst; Jürgen Hagmann / id21 Development Research Reporting Service 2002
The emerging discipline of natural resources management (NRM) has great faith in participatory research. Are current assumptions about participation valid? What impact do NRM research projects strive for? What is their research focus ...
Explaining the gap between PRA rhetoric and reality?
Tim Holmes / id21 Development Research Reporting Service 2002
As participatory rural appraisal (PRA) has passed into the canons of good development practice, what does it mean to the people who actually use it? Why do PRA facilitators use this methodology in the way that they do? How do PRA faci...
Agenda 21 in South Africa: foreign, green and anti-development?
Debra Roberts; Nicci Diederichs / id21 Development Research Reporting Service 2003
Durban has been at the forefront of South African efforts to honour Agenda 21 commitments made at the 1991 Rio Earth Summit. Has the city turned Agenda 21’s promise of sustainable urban development into reality? What lessons have...
Guidelines for trainers in participatory learning and action methodologies
J. Thompson / id21 Development Research Reporting Service 2002
Many organisations wish to integrate a participatory approach into their activities. As a result, there is a massive demand for training in participatory learning and action (PLA) methods. How can people best learn the principles and ...
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