Goal 10: A Closer Look


NYDF Briefing Series provides in-depth insight into select research behind 2018 NYDF Assessment Report on Goal 10

 

In 2018, the NYDF Assessment Partners published the NYDF Goal 10 Assessment Report, Improving Governance to Protect Forests: Empowering People and Communities, Strengthening Laws and Institutions. Now, a newly launched three-part Briefing Series takes a more detailed look at key findings from the assessment to highlight and present additional research on progress towards Goal 10.

The series, “Goal 10: A Closer Look,” features research from Chatham House and Climate Focus, the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED), and the LandMark initiative (coordinated by the World Resources Institute). The briefs highlight progress in empowering and securing forest rights for forest-dependent communities, and improving transparency, accountability, and the rule of law across key forest countries.


 

Strengthening Forest Governance Frameworks: Progress in Nine Major Tropical Forest Countries (PDF)

Authors: Alison Hoare and Darragh Conway

Produced by the NYDF Assessment Partners in collaboration with Chatham House and Climate Focus.

June 2019

 

Empowerment of Forest-Linked Communities: What Progress and Where Next? (PDF)

Authors: James Mayers and Duncan Macqueen

Produced by the NYDF Assessment Partners in collaboration with the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED).

June 2019

 

Held, Legally Recognized, Documented, and Not-Recognized Community Land: Findings from 14 Countries (PDF)

Authors: Peter G Veit, Fabrice Dubertret, and Darragh Conway

Produced by the NYDF Assessment Partners in collaboration with LandMark.

June 2019

 

Support for this briefing series was provided through the NYDF Global Platform, a multi-stakeholder engagement and collaboration platform dedicated to supporting and accelerating achievement of the goals of the New York Declaration of Forests. 

The research and development of this briefing series was funded by the International Climate Initiative (IKI). The Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and
Nuclear Safety (BMU) supports this initiative on the basis of a decision adopted by the German Bundestag.
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