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Best Practice Guidelines - Sacred Natural Sites: Guidelines for Protected Area Managers



The IUCN Best Practice Protected Area Management Guidelines are recognised at the definitive work on protected area management, offering advice based on syntheses of worldwide experience by a team of international experts, and subject to a rigorous peer review. LTS was the lead editor and provided management services to the drafting of IUCN-UNESCO Best Practice Guidelines - Sacred Natural Sites: Guidelines for Protected Area Managers. This included reviewing tasks of all editors, developing a work-plan, liaising with World Congress on Protected Areas Best Practice Series editor and the IUCN publications unit., supporting the facilitation of a consultation process with key stakeholders, especially indigenous custodians of sacred sites. It also included a literature review and the development of case studies for inclusion in the guidelines. The final product was a print ready text with the inclusion of graphic materials. The role also included the raising of supplementary funds for the guidelines.

Clients:
International Union for Conservation of Nature, United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation

Services:
Ecosystems

Geography:
United Kingdom

Date:
2007

Keywords:
Communication, UNESCO, IUCN, management