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SDG 16: Peace, justice and strong institutions: a political ecology perspective

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This chapter assesses the implications of UN SDG 16: ‘Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions’ for both forests and people. Particular focus is placed on three thematic areas: 1) peace and the reduction of armed conflict, 2) the rule of law, accountability, transparency, and access to justice and 3) inclusiveness and participation. Conflict is widely variable in its effects, and may either prevent agricultural expansion or drive illicit crop production, and foster migration in or out of forest...

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University of Oxford
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Social Sciences Division
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School of Geography and the Environment
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Environmental Change Institute
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Acheampong, E More by this author
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De Jong, W More by this author
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Pages:
510-540
Host title:
Sustainable Development Goals: Their impacts on forests and people
Publication date:
2019-12-02
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uri:42af592a-9738-443b-88b1-8583f0a8a15d
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