Tenure reforms worldwide have made it possible for communities to get formal rights to manage or own their forests. But what does this really mean for the communities involved, in terms of the benefits they derive from forest resources? What have been the conditions for success? And what have been the constraints? To find answers to these questions, Tropenbos International and the CGIAR Research Program on Forests, Trees and Agroforestry FTA) invite you for a game of Community Rights Bingo. Together with the audience and CIFOR scientist Anne Larson we will reflect on what is needed to make community forest rights work for the benefit of people and nature.
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