Project COBRA’s efforts to facilitate sustainable livelihoods in the news
On the International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples (today!) an article in The Guardian reviews Project COBRA on which we’ve been working with Royal Holloway, University of London, to help build capacity to deal with the issues that the locals of the area are facing. The piece explores how COBRA facilitators negotiate the boundaries between participation and manipulation in community-led development and the quest to secure sustainable livelihoods.
The article, ‘Development and indigenous peoples: creating community-owned solutions’ can be read here.