Enabling fisheries conflict management: A case study in Cambodia.

Abstract

This is one of a number of papers also grouped together under 'Papers and presentations' in Annex 7 to the report on this project. This paper looks at the conflicts in inland fisheries in the Tonle Sap Lake and their impact on the community and its livelihoods, and examines how conflicts are managed at different levels of government.

Citation

Sithirith, M. and Sokkhoeun, T. 2005. Enabling fisheries conflict management: A case study in Cambodia. Paper presented at the regional consolidation workshop on ‘Fish fights over fish rights: Managing conflicts and exit from the fisheries and security implications for South and South-east Asia’. IRRI, Los Banos, Philippines, 17-20 May 2005. Annex 7:4 of the Final Technical Report of project R8294. Phnom Penh, Cambodia: Fisheries Action Coalition Team. 21pp.

Enabling fisheries conflict management: A case study in Cambodia.

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