Addressing Disputes and Conflicts over the Tenure of Natural Resources

Further your career in resilient landscapes management

Estimated Time 3 hours
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What you'll learn

  • Causes of different types of disputes and conflicts
  • How to select analytical tools to assess disputes and conflicts
  • Institutions and mechanisms for dispute resolution
  • How to facilitate effective and accessible dispute resolution
  • Options in policy, law and practice for reducing tenure-related tensions

About this course

This course provides guidance on managing competition over the use of land, fisheries and forests. It introduces a process for analyzing the underlying causes of disputes and conflicts. It also illustrates a range of dispute resolution mechanisms and options for policy and legal reforms to prevent disputes and reduce vulnerability to conflict.


   Location : Online
Institution : Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
Topics: : Governance & rights, Measuring Progress
Level: : beginner
Price: : Free

Robust overview of learning opportunities for (future) landscape professionals

Professionally developed courses

Free online learning platform

Formal accreditation

Content based on global case-studies

About The Landscape Academy

At the Global Landscapes Forum, we believe that learning is the foundation of long-lasting change. Through collaborative learning among diverse stakeholders, conflicts can be mediated and solved, and innovative solutions to global challenges can be created. For professionals currently working in their landscapes or landscapes around the world, we help them understand landscape approaches and how to operationalize them within their own contexts.

For this, the Landscape Academy brings together relevant online and offline learning opportunities that you can choose from to create a customized program. GLF helps future professionals build their knowledge and shape their careers. Find your course or curriculum today.