Local Participation in Major Projects
|Chapter 1. Participatory development, An overview|
|Chapter 2. The World Bank and the Brazilian Amazon, lessons in participation|
|Chapter 3. Gender, equity, and exclusion in the Western Ghats|
|Chapter 4. Global benefits, local costs, expulsion from the Kibale Forest|
|Chapter 5. Accountability mechanisms|
|Chapter 6. Extending participation and ensuring equity|
|Chapter 7. Lessons learned -the benchmarks for accountable development|
|Appendix. NGO's and participation - the benefits of forest protection in Orissa|
Patricia Feeney was senior policy adviser on social and economic rights for Oxfam GB.
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