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CONSIDERA II PRIVIND NDATORAREA COMUNIT II LOCALE
Adrian Mihai Inceu,Dan Tudor Laz?r,Paul Zai
Revista Transilvan? de ?tiin?e Administrative , 2005,
Abstract: The current article is trying to present aspects regarding local crediting, reforms dealing local crediting, concerning the fact that the needs of local communities are growing each year. It also presents the changes in local finance trough Ordinance of Local Finances no. 45/2003 and law no.313/2004. Financing local budget through credit represents an important resource for achieving the objectives of local public authorities in the interest of the whole community.
Artesanato e desenvolvimento local: o caso da Comunidade Quilombola de Giral Grande, Bahia
Teixeira, Marcelo Geraldo;Braga, Julio Santana;César, Sandro Fábio;Kiperstok, Asher;
Intera??es (Campo Grande) , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1518-70122011000200003
Abstract: the aim of this paper is to record the pieces of fabric handcraft, produced by the community quilombola of giral grande, located in maragojipe, rec?ncavo. it is an indicator of their cultural identity as well as represents a factor of livelihood for a portion of its members. this identity, in turn, becomes a factor essential to the process of legitimation of local land ownership, guaranteed by the brazilian 1988 constitution.
Planificación participativa en áreas protegidas con comunidades indígenas: el caso del Parque Nacional Chiloé
OLTREMARI,JUAN V; GUERRERO P,XIMENA;
Bosque (Valdivia) , 2003, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-92002003000200008
Abstract: the management of protected areas and the aspirations of indigenous local communities associated with these areas are frequently in conflict. tools of participatory planning have been successfully used to collaborate in alleviating these conflicts. in this study, the case of the chiloé national park is analyzed using this type of approach. it is applied to a huilliche community, who live at the boundary of the park, and involves problems of land tenure. three participatory workshops were carried out with the community, one with children attending primary school to analyze their perception of the problem and two with adults to identify conflicts and their causes and consequences. the benefits of the park to the community in terms of their own land and a buffer zone were also discussed. the main problem identified by the community was the lack of a concerted plan to explain the development of the park to them. there is still a perception of uncertainty about the objectives of the protected area and the benefits of having the buffer zone. however, the community and conaf are willing to continue a participatory project of mutual interest.
COMUNIDADES LOCALES Y LA ENSE?ANZA DE LA ARQUEOLOGíA: UNA EXPERIENCIA EN BOLIVIA
Fernández Murillo,María Soledad;
Chungará (Arica) , 2003, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-73562003000200016
Abstract: the project "territoriality in andean regions from an internal perspective" is co-organized by the school of archaeology of universidad mayor de san andrés and the program of swedish cooperation asdi- sarec. this research program has set up new policies and norms for the relationship with the communities of lake poopó. these policies, based on ethnic principles, were introduced during the archaeological investigations of this project, and are based on a critical evaluation of the historic process of bolivian archaeology.
Sustentabilidade de empresas de base florestal: o papel dos projetos sociais na inclus?o das comunidades locais
Gomes, Ant?nio do Nascimento;Souza, Agostinho Lopes de;Coelho, France Maria Gontijo;Silva, Márcio Lopes da;
Revista árvore , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-67622006000600010
Abstract: the objective of this study was to interpret, based on case studies, the social actions of short fiber market pulp companies, located in the states of espírito santo and extreme south of bahia, in order to verify their consistency with the strategy of business sustainability; to characterize their programs of social actions and their scope, by analyzing the content of the communication tools of these companies' social actions, and to identify the conception that has guided their social actions and the relationship with the communities influenced by their areas of eucalyptus production.
Tierras de Preto de Filipa (MA) - Brasil: Identidad, territorialidad y turismo comunitario en la lucha por el reconocimiento
da Silva,Rosijane Evangelista; Badaró Midlej,Moema Maria;
Estudios y perspectivas en turismo , 2012,
Abstract: the article reflects about the touristic practice in quilombo territories, searching to analyses the process of insertion of filipa's community in the market of communitarian tourism. the study raises issues about the territory (almeida, 1989) and the recognition (taylor, 1997) of quilombo communities. contextualizes the communitarian tourism as model of an activity that facilitates and determinates the participation and management of little communities in process of development of the attractions, which guarantees autonomy and cultural and environmental preservation of touristic resources and providing that the resources generated by the activity completes the communities necessities. starting with a literature and field research based on participant observations, it concludes that the social and cultural legacy of filipa's community can contributes for the local ethno development, by touristic use based on the principals of communitarian tourism.
DE LO TéCNICO PROFESIONAL A LO SOCIAL: A TRANSHUMANTIC PROCESS
Jiménez,Carolina; Seguel,Roxana;
Chungará (Arica) , 2003, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-73562003000200011
Abstract: this paper informs about the experiences working in the developement of the archaeological and ethnographic museum el loa park, this included the participation of local communities in the identification, symbolic appropriation and valuation of the communal archaeological heritage. at the beginning, the project was essentially a technical work, but soon some communal initiatives were developed, such as the diffusion in the local media and informal gatherings, which created a growing interest on their cultural heritage, stimulating a reflexive process. this paper underlines different aspects such as the legal status of the cultural properties; the lack of kipping the cultural material in the region, and the ethical and socio-cultural consequences of cemetery excavations and the exhibition of human remains in the museums.
EL DERECHO MUNICIPAL FRENTE AL FRACCIONAMIENTO DEL ESPACIO URBANO
Pulvirenti,Orlando Daniel;
Vniversitas , 2008,
Abstract: the present article discusses the new issues caused by the growth of private urban developments in america - particularly focused in argentina - and proposes as a thesis: how the present regulation is insufficient to meet the complexity of the new legal relationships, particularly among the neighbors and entrepeneurs. the text builds its bases on the analysis of comparative law and various court cases, which manifest that such regulation should come primarily from public law, which would give superiority to the administrative, municipal and city-planning in the regulation of the subject.
Turismo, cultura e desenvolvimento entre sustentabilidades e (in)sustentabilidades
Coriolano, Luzia Neide,Leit?o, Claudia
PASOS : Revista de Turismo y Patrimonio Cultural , 2008,
Abstract: The tourism is one of the factors of the contemporary development and of the intensification of the social relationship, typical of the capitalist production model. It is an activity that requires the use and the appropriation of natural and cultural environments, produced by work, to turn it into spaces of leisure and consumption. It is part of the current dynamic of the capital, which creates territorialities, like an answer to the crises of global accumulation, involving the market, the State and the Civilian Society. It is also a service that supports the recovering of the human work, to the progressive growth of the industrial, commercial and financial work relationships of the several international markets, besides, as an export product, to be constituted in one of the main merchandise of the foreign trade. It is a sector accustomed to mythologies, sometimes is considered the solution capable to solve the socioeconomic problems of the outlying countries and sometimes is seen as a savage industry, capable to destroy the identity of communities. This article reflects about the meanings, contradictions and challenges related to tourism sustainability, facing of the meanings of the development adopted by the government policies and its disconnection with the culture policies that may contribute, in value and guidelines, to the construction of the solidary tourism, turned to the foment of the cultural diversity and the living quality of the local populations.
Biofuel production in Tanzania: Local communities’ perceptions
R. S. Shemdoe,I. R. Mwanyoka
Cross-Cultural Communication , 2011, DOI: 10.3968/j.ccc.1923670020110704.320
Abstract: This article presents the case study on how communities in the two districts of Tanzania (i.e. Kilwa and Bagamoyo) perceive investments in biofuel to their livelihoods in the respective areas. Based on the results from this study, the potentials of biofuel production in the wealth creation for poverty alleviation is very low. The case study noted that biofuel production in Tanzania is established in areas where the residents are poor, and the approach used by investors is likely to solidify the state of dependency where people will stay waiting for the investors to come and provide everything to them. In order to have any meaningful gains from biofuel investments to the communities, lessons from similar initiatives in Tanzania and elsewhere in the world should be learned and their strengthens and shortcomings be assessed to establish a more useful schemes. There is a need for the government to have good knowledge of benefits and costs emerging from investing in Biofuel production and also have the communities well prepared to participate and use such investments as an opportunity to get out of poverty. Key words: Biofuel production;Tanzania; Local communities’ perceptions
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