INTRINSIC: Integrating rights and social issues in conservation
Contemporary conservation practice involves working with communities and other groups of people. This requires knowledge about social systems that are often not gained through conservationist professionals’ traditional education. These free resources will help address this crucial capacity gap.
These training materials are the main output of INTRINSIC, a Cambridge Conservation Initiative Collaborative Fund project between BirdLife International, Fauna & Flora International (FFI), Tropical Biology Association (TBA), and the Department of Geography, University of Cambridge. Please find an overview of a training package on ‘Social and rights-based principles in conservation’ widely available on an open access basis in print and online. For any questions regarding these materials, please contact Helen Schneider, FFI's Senior Technical Adviser - Conservation, Livelihoods & Governance, at Helen.Schneider@fauna-flora.org