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Published on Dec 8, 2015
A Participatory Video carried out by community members from the village of Todos Santos in Lomerio, Bolivia, about their experiences in community forest management. The video highlights the benefits derived from forest use and also some injustices they have experienced when dealing with the timber market and intermediaries. The video was facilitated by Mirna Inturias from Universidad NUR and CICOL (Central of Indigenous Peoples of Lomerio). Participatory videos are one of the research methods being used in the Conservation, Markets and Justice Project (CMJ) under the direction of DEV's Iokiñe Rodriguez and Mirna Inturias from Universidad NUR, in order to study local conceptions of environmental justice in market-oriented conservation initiatives in Bolivia, The CMJ project, is also being carried out in Tanzania and China and is directed by DEV's Dr. Adrian Martin. Funding comes from the Economic and Social Research Council.