Developing a biocultural community protocol can be a transformative process, sparking new ideas about how communities can identify and organize themselves around a shared vision or in response to a common threat. Working with a number of allies to realize the rights, responsibilities, and priorities outlined in a protocol can also lead to unexpected insights and opportunities that may not have been evident before. Reflecting upon these processes can help illustrate some of the key changes, outcomes, and lessons learned to date.
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Categories: Community Engagement Practices, Indigenous Peoples and Consent