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Free, Prior and Informed Consent and Sustainable Forest Management in the Congo Basin
A feasability study conducted in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Republic of Congo and Gabon regarding the operationalisation of FSC Principles 2 and 3 in the Congo Basin
Jerome Lewis, Luke Freeman, Sophie Borreil - Intercooperation, Society for Threatened Poeples, Anthroscape
This document is the result of a study into how the notion of free, prior and informed consent (FPIC) can be put into practice in forestry concessions in the Congo Basin. FPIC is a concept that is gaining acceptance as a way of defining and regulating contractual relationships. It is applied in contexts such as medical intervention, social welfare, and, in this case, resource management.
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|Release Date:||July 2008|
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