During the 2006 IASCP conference, several project teams (AHI, CIFOR, Humboldt, and Marburg) from the collaborative research projects on collective action, property rights, and poverty reduction, met to update the knowledge and understanding of each others' research work, to identify and discuss emerging and cross cutting issues, and to start consolidating lessons across the projects. Several of the papers from these projects were presented during the general sessions:
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Action research for multi-stakeholder approaches in watershed management
by Laura German, Joseph Tanui, Sarah Charamila, Tesema Tolera
The many meanings of collective action: Lessons on enhancing gender inclusion and equity in watershed management
by Laura German, Hailemichael Taye, Sarah Charamila, Tesema Tolera and Joseph Tanui.
Participatory action research and its application in district government settings
by Heru Komarudin, A. Hasantoha, N.P. Oka, Syamsuddin and D. Irawan
Strengthening women's participation through collective action for inclusive decision-making processes: Lessons learned in Jambi Province, West Sumatera, Indonesia
by Yulia Siagian, B. Morgan, Yentirizal and Neldysavrino.
Collective action and natural resource management in rural Cambodia
by Anne Weingart