Biocultural community protocols aim to support communities' efforts to secure their rights, responsibilities, territories, and areas. As the first part of the practical guidance, this section of the Toolkit is intended to help assess whether or not it may be appropriate to undertake a protocol process within your local context. The rest of Part II suggests specific methods and tools from Part I: Section IV and guiding questions to support the development and use of a community protocol. Consider the questions contained in Figure 12 on the follow page and engage in focused discussions with community leaders, catalysts, and other groups until an informed decision can be made.
Community Protocols: A Toolkit for Community Facilitators – Part 2: Documenting and Developing a Biocultural Community Protocol
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Categories: Community Engagement Practices, Indigenous Peoples and Consent