Third module on generic elements of protected area legislation. Covers management authorities and powers, management plans, co-management arrangements, zoning and monitoring and reporting.

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Module 5: Seminar Presentation

Presentation on legal aspects of protected areas management, including slides and detailed notes for the educator.

Exercise 5.1: The Challenge of Creating Effective and Equitable (Instructions)

Large group exercise, designed to create an understanding of the legal requirements and issues relating to co-management regimes.

Exercise 5.1: The Challenge of Creating Effective and Equitable (Presentation)

Large group exercise, designed to create an understanding of the legal requirements and issues relating to co-management regimes.

Exercise 5.2: Exploring Protected Area Management (Instructions)

Individual exercise, designed to develop capacity to read and analyse protected areas law with regards to the management of protected sites.

Exercise 5.2: Exploring Protected Area Management (Presentation)

Individual exercise, designed to develop capacities to read and analyse protected areas law with regards to the management of protected sites.

Module 5: VIDEO - Management

Short video illustrating different elements of protected areas management, including authorities, plans, co-management, zoning, and management for connectivity.

VIDEO: Perspectives on Law and Indigenous and Community Conserved Areas

Interviews and case studies relating to Indigenous and Community Conserved Areas (ICCAs).

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