Since its inception at the IUCN Commission on Environmental, Economic and Social Policy (CEESP) ‘Sharing Power’ conference in Whakatane, New Zealand, in January 2011, the Whakatane Mechanism has been piloted in two places: at Mount Elgon in Western Kenya and most recently in the Ob Luang National Park in Northern Thailand.
Focusing on the Ogiek and local communities living in the area around Mt Elgon National Park. This brief report is part of FPP's series on Indigenous Peoples and Protected Areas
With conference discussions and commentaries by presenters and community representatives (194 pages)The Ogiek in Mau Forest
1991- 94 '95