Three ways conservation can change to better support people and nature

Claire Bracegirdle is an ESRC-funded doctoral student researching the governance of community-based approaches to conservation in Ghana. Her research seeks to better understand the dynamic interplay between pre-existing community institutions and newly introduced institutions of natural resource governance through two case studies of community-based conservation projects, conducted in collaboration with the Nature Conservation Research Centre. … Continue reading “Three ways conservation can change to better support people and nature”

How rapid research supports evidence-based policymaking

Si├ón Herbert is a Research Fellow at the Governance and Social Development Resource Centre (GSDRC) and K4D in the International Development Department at the University of Birmingham where her work has been funded by the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office, the European External Action Service, DFAT, and the British Council. Her work focuses on conflict … Continue reading “How rapid research supports evidence-based policymaking”