Enabling Policy and Procedures in a National Park: A Struggle for Equity Case Study in Kuningan District, West Java
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Policies established by decision-makers without involving communities and other stakeholders will increase socio-economic gaps and promote conflict in natural resource management. This paper discusses the establishment of Mt. Ciremai National Park through policies implemented by the Ministry of Forestry. By presenting a policy review and stakeholder analysis this paper argues that advocacy for enabling policy and procedures for collaborative management in national parks is a struggle to restore community forest management rights.
- Faculty of Forestry