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Topic Guide: Governance of Natural Resources - Summary

Topic Guide: Governance of Natural Resources - Summary

The next in the Evidence on Demand series of Topic Guides is soon to be published, focusing on natural resource governance. This new Guide has been produced to provide an entry point for newcomers into the topic, and to allow development practitioners from both the natural resources and governance perspectives to better understand both its complexity, providing experience and case studies of where good governance of natural resources has led to the attainment of broader development goals.

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Writing a business case or contributing to a policy brief? Want to know more about ‘resilience’ and struggling to find relevant material quickly? Evidence on Demand is launching a series of resources to help understand how ‘resilience’ can be applied in practice, and to support a dialogue within DFID and wider on this complex concept, which touches all aspects of development.

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  • What is Resilience?

  • Resilience has become a commonly used narrative in a range of international development contexts...

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