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C & I participatory governance in peatland restoration

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Presented by Dwi Rahmad Muhtaman, Chief Executive of Sustainable Consultancy, Re-mark Asia Group, at Webinar "A Synthesis and Way Forward", 17 December 2020.

This session explained what good governance is and how social engagement is one of the important aspects of good governance. Speaker suggested recognition of the rights, customs, and culture of the community; identify a special relationship between the stakeholders and site; engage throughout the steps of monitoring starting from planning, implementation, monitoring, evaluation, to reporting and maintaining the project as the potential criteria for measuring social engagement in peatland restoration.

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C & I participatory governance in peatland restoration

  1. 1. C&I Participatory Governance in Peatland Restoration (Governance Aspects) Dwi R. Muhtaman
  2. 2. Six principles in forest governance • Accountability • Effectiveness • Efficiency • Fairness/equity • Participation • Transparency Adapted from Baker, 2017
  3. 3. Good governance is the practice of managing public affairs in ways that are • participatory, • consensus oriented, • accountable, • transparent, • responsive, • effective and efficient, • equitable and inclusive • and that follow the rule of law Adapted from Baker, 2017
  4. 4. Participation/Social engagement principles in peatland restoration • Restoration is carried out to satisfy not only conservation values • …but also socioeconomic values, including cultural ones. • It is crucial to build better relationships between a site and its stakeholders. • Restoration needs social support so that it delivers important benefits to ecosystems and to society.
  5. 5. Participation/Social engagement principles in peatland restoration • Conserving and restoring ecosystems depend upon appreciation by society. • Involvement by all stakeholders to ensure that ecosystems and society mutually prosper. • Social engagement, interpretation, and education regarding the benefits of restoration to stakeholders are essential
  6. 6. Criteria for social engagement in restoration 1. Recognize the rights, customs and cultures of the communities in the sites 2. Identify special relationship with the sites 3. Engage throughout the steps of restoration (planning and design; implementation; monitoring documentation, evaluation, and reporting; maintaining ecological restoration projects)
  7. 7. 1. Recognize the rights, customs and cultures of the communities in the sites 1. The rights, customs and cultures are respected 2. Comply with local, regional, national and international laws in respect to the rights of communities 3. Free and Prior Informed Consent (FPIC) is granted before restoration activities started
  8. 8. 2. Identify special relationship with the sites 1. Sites of special cultural, ecological, economic, religious or spiritual significant are identified 2. Measures to protect such sites are agreed, documented and implemented accordingly 3. Activities that potentially impacted the sites consultation should be made through FPIC process
  9. 9. 3. Engage throughout the steps of restoration 1. Community granted FPIC for restoration activities 2. Relevant and appropriate stakeholders identified 3. Mutual understanding, agreement and working mechanism achieved throughout restoration processes 4. Disputes resolution mechanism mutually developed and implemented
  10. 10. • Social engagement is key to successful restoration project • Social engagement should be started from very early stage of restoration project (planning and design; implementation; monitoring documentation, evaluation, and reporting; maintaining ecological restoration projects) • At least three criteria are considered with few indicators for each criteria Key messages
  11. 11. Thank you

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