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Natural Justice Engagement in Mutare, Zimbabwe

Natural Justice worked with members of the Marange and Arda Transsau communities from 7-8 July in Manicaland in Zimbabwe, to support the development of the community’s biocultural community protocol. All were involved in peer-to-peer learning activities designed to support the collection of materials for the community’s biocultural community protocol. Activities included institution and resource mapping, mapping of community and other development activities within the communities, now and historically, development of historical timelines and role play activities.
The two day workshop was an incredibly rich opportunity to engage in endogenous development and participatory action research methodologies by Natural Justice and community members alike.

9 July 2014

Programme

Community Protocols, Extractives and Infrastructure

Country

Zimbabwe

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