TNRC Knowledge Hub - Communities and Inclusion

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Targeting Natural Resource Corruption

Harnessing knowledge, generating evidence, and supporting innovative policy and practice for more effective anti-corruption programming

Communities and Inclusion

As local communities, Indigenous peoples, and other actors at national or sub-national levels seek to assert or protect access rights and to sustainably manage and benefit from their forests, fisheries, and wildlife resources, they may encounter significant challenges from corruption.

This page provides information, guidance, and tools to assess and address the threats that corruption can pose to community-based work and inclusive conservation efforts. The contents present evidence on how corruption can impact community-oriented conservation outcomes, provide illustrative case studies, and present tools to help design and implement context-appropriate projects.

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