Results and Impacts
The LIRA presents its results
Our collaborative actions promote and enhance integrated management for the conservation of biodiversity, the maintenance of landscape and climate functions, and the socio-environmental and cultural development of traditional peoples and communities.
We believe that protected areas guarantee the future of the Amazon, through its natural assets and the ancestral wisdom of the forest peoples.
Below you can find our main results and impacts.
Formation of Young Leaders Strengthening Amazonian Territories
Young people, make your voice heard!
Let’s transform Amazonian territories together
Have you ever heard of Political Incidence or Advocacy? This is a practice of political action and defense of causes and rights, which seeks to influence the creation and development of effective public policies to minimize or solve social problems.
And how to find content and develop practical tools to act on socio-environmental political agendas? In the Formation of Young Leaders Transforming Amazonian Territories you will connect with other young people, learn about strategies and build knowledge to act within the different instances of Political Incidence in the themes of governance, biodiversity and management of territories.
What is the content and how will it happen? The course will address policies related to protected areas, biodiversity, forests and sustainability and the political potential of collaborative work and networks. In addition to bringing content to the field of legal-administrative language and to communication that goes beyond peers.
Face-to-face actions and online activities will be interspersed in formative moments, with debates with leaders, visit itineraries and discussions in work groups.
In order to learn in practice, joint action plans with thematic and territorial focuses will be constructed and implemented, in addition to in-depth sessions on topics of specific interest for participants who want to organize themselves in mentorships with direct monitoring by the faculty of the course.
Who can participate: Young people from the Amazon region (from 18 to 35 years old) working in Protected Areas linked to the LIRA and MPB Projects – Participatory Monitoring of Biodiversity, and/or youth networks and/or social movements.
Socioeconomic Promotion Plans – PPSE
Série Técnica: Legado Integrado da Região Amazônica
BioForestALC – Relatórios
The LIRA Networks is formed by the partners who will implement the projects selected in the project’s public calls.
This diverse network aims to strengthen civil society organizations, community and indigenous associations in the territory, enhancing results and the exchange of experiences among all partners.